The Royals

Royal Tiaras Fit for a Queen

What's a Diamond Jubilee celebration without diamonds? Feast your eyes on the stunning headpieces from the monarch's collection


The only British crown allowed to leave the country, the Imperial Crown was made for King George V for his trip to India to commemorate his coronation at the Delhi Durbar in 1911. Worn only once, the opulent crown features more than 6,000 diamonds and includes rubies, sapphires and emeralds.