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Princess Olga of Greece Tiara Replica

Regular price $ 225.00
Regular price $ 395.00 Sale price $ 225.00
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In the year 1907, a Russian aristocrat, Princess Abamalek, ordered from the House of Boucheron, a tiara styled in the form of flowers, vines and foliage. The stunning piece made its way through many royal hands and ultimately ended with Prince Paul of Yugoslavia, who presented it as a gift to his wife, Princess Olga of Greece.

The Kingdom of Greece ended in 1967, when the last reigning monarch, King Constantine, left his country in exile.

Our beautiful inspired version of this tiara measures 5 inches tall at the centre and over 8 inches wide along an expandable metal headband.

Set in a platinum look high quality metallic base, the tiara features European diamante style stones, cut in shapes that include round, emerald, oval, pear and marquis.

Wear this rare and most enchanting tiara on your wedding day, debutante ball or Sweet 16.

The tiara is perfect for any entertainment industry event or project. Collectors of royal memorabilia will delight in the detail and high quality craftsmanship of the piece.

Wonderful as well for First Communion traveller girls wishing to look truly beautiful and special!

Crownmasters, best source for European royal crown and tiara replicas

Item # K-360-S