Dutch Tiaras

Queen Maxima's Sapphire Tiara

Queen Maxima’s Sapphire Tiara

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Queen Maxima wore this sumptuous diamond and sapphire tiara for the inauguration ceremony of her husband Willem-Alexander as King of the Netherlands. Until very recently, its history was shrouded in obscurity. In November 2013, prominent Dutch gemologist George Hamel revealed the results of research conducted into the origins and early history of this piece. His findings were made public at the Silver Museum in Schoonhoven, Holland’s ‘Silver City’. It would seem that each stone in the tiara was purchased brand new, and it is highly probable that the tiara was made in Amsterdam by Maison van der Stichel.

Our replica tiara as made as close as possible to the original

3 Responses to Dutch Tiaras

  1. Joerg Verheyen says:

    A very nice tiara, very close to the original.
    Do you know where I can buy a tiara like that? And for what price?
    Thanks for your answer.
    Best regards
    Joerg

    • Hi and thank you for your lovely comment. All the crowns, tiaras and other royal regalia are made by ourselves in the UK. We try to replicate the originals as much as possible. You can buy the tiara or most of the other items on the site. The Dutch tiara is Ā£450 + vat where applicable, and postage. We can also make any other tiaras from around the world, if you can supply us with a good image and accurate sizes. You can email me on juliettedesigns@hotmail.com or telephone +44207 263 7878.
      I shall look forward to hearing from you.
      Kind regards
      Terri

  2. Maarten says:

    What a gorgeous replica! Do you have more pictures? I’m interested in buying.
    Kind regards, Maarten

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