Saturday, 9 December 2017
Jewels: Wolfers tiara
The Wolfers tiara was donated to queen Fabiola in 1960 by a group of wealthy Belgian industrials and public figures, on the occasion of her marriage to king Boudewijn.
It was created by Brussels jeweller Wolfers and contains 205 diamonds.
The tiara can also be worn as a necklace.
Queen Fabiola left the tiara to her niece-in-law, queen Mathilde who wore it for the first time in October 2015 on the occasion of the Belgian state visit to Poland.
Mathilde wore the tiara as a necklace for the first time in December 2017.
December 09, 2017
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