1896 tiara made for Queen Charlotte, the second wife of the last Württemberg king, Wilhelm II (r. 1891-1918) by the Stuttgart court jeweler Eduard Foehr (1835-1904) in the rococo style. The tiara can be dismantled and the sections worn as brooches or hair ornaments.
In 1871 for her 25th Wedding Anniversary Queen Olga of Württemberg (Grand Duchess Olga Nikolaevna of Russia (11 September 1822 – 30 October 1892), queen consort of Württemberg, was a member of the Russian imperial family, daughter of tsar Nicholas i) received this magnificent toilet service. The eleven-part set consists of: mirror, two chandeliers, sink pots and sponge dish, soap, toothbrush and comb box, hand mirror and a table bell. All parts carry the Wiirttemberg-Russian alliance crest. The total almost 19 kilogram service was purchased with the appropriate case for 3,365 guilders. The gilded garnish served purely representative purposes and was probably made in a magnificently appointed bedrooms to be showcased.