Queen of Spain’s tiara up for auction

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A tiara belonging to Italy’s royal family will be one of the highlights at a Sotheby’s auctions in Geneva next week.

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The tiara was a wedding gift to Maria Vittoria dal Pozzo from her father upon her marriage in 1867 to Amadeo, Duke of Aosta, who later became king of Spain. It features graduated scroll motifs set with diamonds and natural pearls and is on sale with an estimated price of $1 million to $1.5 million.

“It’s a true, beautiful and historic piece which has remained in the House of Savoy for over 150 years,” said Benoit Repellin, Head of Magnificent Jewels sales at Sotheby’s.

Head over to Sotheby’s Jewels Instagram page to virtually try on this tiara!



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