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Spencer Diamante

Diana, Princess of Wales, chose the SPENCER tiara family heirloom to wear for her wedding to Prince Charles.  This is our luxurious 4A zirconia Diamante replica set in platinum.




Spencer Diamante

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We’re thrilled to present our new luxury version of the SPENCER DIAMANTE Tiara, made with AAAA zirconia simulated diamonds in a platinum pave setting. The jewels have an open back mount to allow more light for dazzle and reflection. This version is slightly smaller than the Spencer family heirloom that Princess Diana chose to wear for her wedding to Prince Charles.

Available in platinum or gold plate.

The SPENCER DIAMANTE Tiara displays a variety of shapes including tulips, fleur-de-lis, a heart, wild roses, and scrolling foliage. Each is embellished with cubic zirconia diamonds that dazzle like the original. This tiara arrives in an heirloom velvet case– prepare for princess packaging!

We also sell another replica of this tiara made with Austrian crystals and rhinestones in a lower price range– it is called the “Spencer Crystal” Tiara.

High Point: 1.75 inches. Length: 12.5”. Embellished Length: 11”. Diameter: 6” Weight: 3.6 oz.
High Point: 4.5 cm, Length: 32 cm. Embellished Length: 28 cm. Diameter: 15 cm. Weight: 101 grams

Parts of the Spencer tiara date from the 1700s, as the tiara is made from several pieces of jewelry. belonging to Princess Diana’s ancestors. The current style dates from around 1935. Both of Lady Diana’s older sisters, Jane and Sarah, wore the piece at their weddings. Diana frequently wore the piece as it was supposedly lighter and easier to wear than other tiaras at her disposal. Even so, it gave Diana a “cracking headache” according to her brother, Charles Spencer, as she was not used to wearing a tiara for such a long time.



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Platinum, Gold


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