Creation: This tiara was made by August Holmstrom for Faberge circa 1890 using briolette cut diamonds that were a gift to Empress Josephine from Tsar Alexander I of Russia when he visited her at La Malmaison following her divorce. The tiara was sold by the Leuchtenberg family following the Russian Revolution.
- Queen Elisabeth of Belgium; bought from Seiler of Vevey in Switzerland after WWI
- Prince Charles of Belgium, Count of Flanders; inherited from his mother in 1965
- Queen Marie José of Italy; inherited from her brother in 1983
- Princess Maria Gabriella of Savoy; inherited from her mother in 2001
- Arthur and Dorothy McFerrin Foundation; bought at auction at Christie's in 2007 for $2,071,389 and was displayed at the Houston Museum of Natural Science until the end of 2013
- Was this tiara commissioned by George Macimilianovich, 6th Duke of Leuchtenberg for his second wife Princess Anastasia of Montenegro?
- Are there any pictures of this tiara being worn?
- Christie's - A Magnificent Antique Diamond Tiara by Faberge
- Houston Museum of Natural Science - Fabergé: A Brilliant Vision
- Royal Magazin - Queen Marie Jose's Faberge Tiara
- The Royal Order of Sartorial Splendor - Empress Josepine Tiara