glad you enjoy it
Daisy inherited the piece from her mother in 2000, and since then, she?s continued to wear it frequently, often pairing it with an important diamond necklace from the Danish crown jewel collection.
a bit of history:It?s said that it once belonged to Grand Duchess Anastasia Mikhailovna of Russia, whose elder daughter, Alexandrine, was the consort of King Christian X of Denmark. The tiara breaks down into three sections. It?s a large piece, able to be worn as a nearly closed circlet. The various sections can be taken apart and worn separately. The central flower element of the middle section is mounted en tremblant, so it shimmers and moves slightly as the wearer moves.
By the middle of the twentieth century, it was owned by a famous Danish-American tenor, Lauritz Melchior, who was famous for singing Wagnerian opera. His wife was photographed in the aigrette in the early 1960s. But in 1963, the Melchiors decided to part with the tiara, putting it up for auction. The buyer was King Frederik IX of Denmark, the grandson of Grand Duchess Anastasia Mikhailovna.
sometimes Daisy wears only parts of it like a tiara and using other parts as brooches
as Ingrid has done as well