- "The year started with the debut of a new diamond and sapphire tiara from the Sutherland Ducal Family's Jewel Foundation that the Princess wore to the Royal Caledonian Ball." — @marywindsor
A BELLE ÉPOQUE SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND TIARA. Centering upon a collet-set cabochon sapphire in a rose and old-cut diamond scrolling frame, extending tapered openwork diamond-set branches, circa 1910....
- "On the occasion of her 30th birthday new pictures of the Duke and Duchess of Sutherland were released with the Duchess wearing Queen Mary's Fringe Tiara that she also wore to her wedding in 2013." — @marywindsor
The Queen Mary fringe tiara (which can also be worn as a necklace) was made for Queen Mary in 1919. It is not, as has sometimes been claimed, made with diamonds that had belonged to George III but re-uses diamonds taken from a necklace/tiara purchased by Queen Victoria from Collingwood & Co as a wedding present for Queen Mary in 1893. IIn August 1936, Queen Mary gave the tiara to her daughter in law Queen Elizabeth, wife of George VI.
- "For a special tea party hosted by the Princess for children from the Little Princess Trust at Buckingham Palace Mary wore her trusty Diamond Kokoshnik Tiara." — @marywindsor
Russian Kokoshnik tiara introduce in 17 century for women head cover. It’s a traditional head cover in Russia. Russian style tiara was invited for the request of Queen Alexandra on her silver anniv...
- "For the first and only state banquet in 2016 the Duchess brought back an already nearly forgotten tiara, the Strathmore Rose Tiara, which is believed to have been a 30th birthday gift from the Queen to Mary." — @marywindsor
- "For the last tiara appearance of the year Mary brought out another surprise tiara: Queen Victoria's Sapphire Coronet. The Palace confirmed that it was privately acquired by HM, The Duke of Edinburgh, The Prince of Wales and The Duke of Sutherland." — @marywindsor