#Baden Palmette Tiara
#Danish Tiara
#Queen Margrethe II
#Danish royal family
#royal jewels

The Baden Palmette Tiara of Denmark

Description:  The Baden Palmette tiara was made by Koch and showcases delicate diamond encrusted palmette motifs that resemble hearts.

History:
The Baden Palmette tiara was given to Princess Luise of Prussia from her father, Kaiser Wilhelm I, on the occasion of her 1856 marriage to Grand Duke Frederick of Baden. Their daughter, Viktoria of Baden, later married Crown Prince Gustaf of Sweden (later King Gustaf V) and the tiara went with her to Stockholm. When Viktoria (later Queen Victoria of Sweden) died, her granddaughter Princess Ingrid inherited the tiara and later took it with her when she¬†married Crown Prince Frederick of Denmark and Iceland (later King Frederick IX of Denmark). Queen Ingrid’s daughter, Queen Margrethe II, now wears it frequently.

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Thank you to various royal jewel blogs for the information.

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