The diamond tiara was the gift of the bridegroom, HRH the Duke of Gloucester, the Duchess wore it in "white" all in all setted with diamonds on many occassion as well as Dame Grand Cross of the order of the British Empire, see on the right. In its original 'all diamond' state on the right hand side, worn by Princess Alice
The diamond bandeau tiara is changeable with emeralds, see above on the left side. This tiara can be worn with emeralds in place of some of the diamonds and two of the diamond elements can be removed and worn as brooche
A tiara, formed of diamond and platinum wide bandeau with clusters of large diamonds and alternative centres forming emerald and diamond brooches, was a wedding gift to Princess Alice, Duchess of Gloucester in 1935. The current duchess was only photographed in the piece once, using the emerald setting. The Duchess converted her mother-in-law’s diamond necklace into a tiara.