Princess Beatrice then loaned it to her daughter, above, Princess Victoria Eugenie of Battenburg (Queen consort of Spain). The tiara was passed to Princess Beatrice's eldest son, Prince Alexander of Battenberg. His wife, Lady Irene Denison was the last to be seen wearing the tiara in a painting that was commissioned by her.
The Delhi Durbar Tiara - by Garrards, for Queen Mary for the Delhi Durbar on December 12,1911. Durbar is Hindi, for a ‘ceremonial gathering to pay homage’. The gathering was to install King George V and Queen Mary as Emperor and Empress of India. King George V admired this piece and referred to it as “May’s best tiara”. It has been worn in a variety of ways as shown here.
Belgium: Original version of the 'Nine Provinces Tiara' - 1926 by VanBerer. Given to Queen Astrid as a wedding gift from the people of Belgium. Still worn by Belgian Queens to this day in any of three ways: choker, bandeau, or full version with arches.
Alexandra of Denmark, Queen of Great Britain When she married in he gave her this monumental parure of diamonds, diamond tiara/coronet with matching necklace, brooch and earrings with pearls and diamonds. The Princess wore it on her wedding day.