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Folding lovely origami hearts is a great craft project for such events as Valentine’s Day and Mother’s Day. It does not only teach kids how to fold a lovely heart, but also teach them about love.

Red/Clear Wedding Bridal Crystal Tiara Crowns Princess Queen Pageant Prom Rhinestone Veil Tiara Headband Wedding Hair Accessory

Cheap crystal bridal, Buy Quality crystal wedding directly from China accessories bridal Suppliers: Red/Clear Wedding Bridal Crystal Tiara Crowns Princess Queen Pageant Prom Rhinestone Veil Tiara Headband Wedding Hair Accessory

Pearl and Austria Rhinestone Bridal Tiara, Wedding Tiara headpiece, Bridal Princess Crown, Crystal Headband

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MIKIMOTO Diamond Tiara, Japan

{Tiara Twenty-one} A simple tiara previously worn by the Princess's of the empire. It has been donated by Princess Lillian and will get a smile from her face. The swirls are bright and happy. It is very light.

Lovely delicate scrolls and marquise crystal stones create this regal bridal tiara. Sure to make a statement on your wedding day! It is 2.25 inches high and the decoration is 11 inches long.

Lovely delicate scrolls and marquise crystal stones create this regal bridal tiara. Sure to make a statement on your wedding day! It is inches high and the decoration is 11 inches long.

Marina - Regency Style Crystal Gold Tiara

Marina - Regency Style Crystal Gold Tiara

Cartier Foliates Tiara (1902) Diamond tiara made for the Countess of Essex in 1902, exemplifies the Garland or Edwardian style, which is known for its precise and intricate weavings of floral motifs, vines, leaves, ribbons and lace. This style was shaped by the House of Cartier, who drew inspiration from 18th century French royal jewels.

The Cartier Essex TiaraThe Essex Tiara was bought in 1902 by the Earl of Essex for his wife, Adele, who was an American heiress. According to Geoffrey Munn’s Tiaras: A History of Splendor, the Earl.