Queen Rania of Jordan’s Glittering Tiaras: Cartier Diamonds, Vibrant Emeralds and More Historic Jewels From the Royal’s Collection


Queen Rania of Jordan’s style among royals has always been defined by sleek, elegant silhouettes and classic designs with a contemporary twist. The royal also boasts quite the collection of tiaras, including pieces she’s worn for state visits, banquets, portraits and more.

Ahead, learn more about the dazzling tiaras in Queen Rania of Jordan’s collection.

The Arabic Scroll Tiara

The Arabic Scroll Tiara was recently worn by Queen Rania in a new portrait with King Abdullah. The tiara was created by Yan Sicard for Fred in 2005. The Arabic Scroll Tiara features a count of roughly 1,300 diamonds, seven drop stones and a single large, pear-shaped diamond that weighs nearly 20 carats at the center. A subtle detail featured in the tiara is the Arabic phrase “Greatness for Allah,” which is intricately featured in the design.

The Boucheron Bracelet Tiara

queen rania wearing The Boucheron Bracelet Tiara, STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN - JUNE 19: Queen Rania of Jordan attends the Wedding Banquet for Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden and her husband prince Daniel at the Royal Palace on June 19, 2010 in Stockholm, Sweden. (Photo by Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images)

Queen Rania of Jordan attends the wedding banquet for Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden and her husband prince Daniel at the Royal Palace on June 19, 2010, in Stockholm.

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The Boucheron Bracelet Tiara features a sleek design and versatile setting. Once taken off its frame, this tiara can convert to a bracelet. Queen Rania has worn the tiara for years, most notably at the wedding of Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden and her husband Prince Daniel at the Royal Palace in Stockholm in June 2010.

The Boucheron Emerald Ivy Tiara

queen rania wearing The Boucheron Emerald Ivy Tiara, Fr L to R, Jordanian Queen Rania, Swedish Queen Silvia, Jordanian King Abdullah II and Swedish King Carl XVI Gustaf pose before a royal banquet at the Swedish Royal Palace in Stockholm, late 07 October 2003. The royal couple of Jordania arrived Tuesday for a three-day official visit in Sweden. AFP PHOTO PRESSENS BILD/HENRIK MONTGOMERY (Photo credit should read HENRIK MONTGOMERY/AFP via Getty Images)

Jordanian Queen Rania, Swedish Queen Silvia, Jordanian King Abdullah II and Swedish King Carl XVI Gustaf pose before a royal banquet at the Swedish Royal Palace in Stockholm on Oct. 7, 2003. The royal couple of Jordania arrived Tuesday for a three-day official visit in Sweden.

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While sparkling white diamonds are prominently featured in Queen Rania’s tiara collection, the royal also has other gemstones in her vault. The Boucheron Emerald Ivy Tiara is set in black gold and features a whimsical vine-like design. Queen Rania wore the tiara in October 2003 during a state visit to Sweden.

Queen Rania’s Diamond Tiara

diamond tiara, LONDON, ENGLAND - NOVEMBER 8: Queen Rania of Jordan attends a return Banquet, at Spencer House, during at State Visit of King Abdullah, and Queen Rania of Jordan, in London, on November 8, 2001, in London,England. (Photo by UK Press via Getty Images)

Queen Rania of Jordan attends a return banquet at Spencer House during at state visit of King Abdullah and Queen Rania of Jordan on Nov. 8, 2001, in London.

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Queen Rania has worn her diamond tiara on several occasions, most notably during a trip to the U.K. in November 2001. The glittering tiara features a pointed base and includes floral designs in a set of diamond clusters.

Queen Alia’s Cartier Tiara

queen rania of jordan Queen Alia's Cartier Tiara, MADRID, SPAIN: Head shot of Jordan' s Queen Rania who attends a gala dinner, 20 October 1999 at the Royal Palace in Madrid, in honour to her husband King Abdallah. (Photo credit should read CHRISTOPHE SIMON/AFP via Getty Images)

Jordan’s Queen Rania who attends a gala dinner on Oct. 20, 1999, at the Royal Palace in Madrid, in honor to her husband King Abdallah.

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Queen Alia’s Cartier tiara was created in the 1970s for Queen Alia of Jordan, who was married to King Hussein. Following Queen Alia’s death, her daughter, Princess Haya, inherited the tiara. Queen Rania has also worn the tiara on a number of occasions, including a gala dinner in Madrid in October 1999.

Below, click through the gallery to see more of Queen Rania’s tiaras.



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