Creation: The eight ears of wheat were brooches that belonged to Queen Catherine of Württemberg, mother of Queen Sophie of the Netherlands. They were mounted on a tiara frame in the 1950s and it can be worn with four, six, or eight of the ears of wheat.
Materials: diamonds set in silver
- Queen Wilhelmina of the Netherlands; wore the ears of wheat on a silk kokoshnik
- Queen Juliana of the Netherlands; inherited from her mother in 1962
- Orange-Nassau Family Foundations; set up by Queen Juliana in the 1960s
- Queen Máxima of the Netherlands; wore the ears of wheat as hair pieces
- Princess Laurentien of the Netherlands
- Princess Irene of the Netherlands
- Princess Margriet of the Netherlands
- Princess Christina of the Netherlands
- Princess Marilène of Orange-Nassau; at her 1998 wedding to Prince Maurits of Orange-Nassau
- Princess Annette of Orange-Nassau; at her 2000 wedding to Prince Bernhard of Orange-Nassau
- Princess Margarita of Bourbon-Parma; at her 2001 wedding to Edwin de Roy van Zuydewijn
- Princess Anita of Orange-Nassau; at her 2005 wedding to Prince Pieter-Christiaan of Orange-Nassau
- Princess Aimée of Orange-Nassau; at her 2005 wedding to Prince Floris of Orange-Nassau
- Princess Viktória of Bourbon-Parma; at her 2013 wedding to Prince Jamie of Bourbon-Parma
- When were the ears of wheat created?
- What jeweller created the ears of wheat?
- What jeweller put the ears of wheat onto the tiara?
- Dutch Royal Jewels - Ears of Wheat Tiara
- The Royal Order of Sartorial Splendor - Dutch Ears of Wheat Tiara