Tiara Thursday (on a Friday): The Midnight Tiara

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The Midnight Tiara was initially created by Charlotte Lynggaard for a 2009 exhibition in Denmark, “Tiara – Queen of Jewels, the Jewel of Queens” hosted at the Amalienborg Royal Palace Museum.

The tiara is composed of dreamy cabochon moonstones. There are around 1,300 brilliant cut diamonds set in rose gold, white gold, and oxidized silver. Crown Princess Mary must have loved the tiara at first sight as she began borrowing it from the jewelry house Ole Lynggaard. The tiara doesn’t belong to her, but it appears to be on a permanent loan for Mary’s exclusive use.

And if you’d like a tiara from Ole Lynggaard, then you’re in luck. There is a small tiara available for sale; it’s reminiscent of Mary’s Midnight Tiara because of its mixed stones and wreath-like style.

Thank you for stopping by and have a great weekend!

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