Inspired by some of the Royal Family’s most famous tiaras, our Nobility collection is comprised of a variety of jewellery suites that are timeless, elegant and truly fit for royalty. The collection embodies the most desirable qualities of these tiaras, and brings out their historical significance in a unique and special way.


Officially known as the Diamond Diadem, the George IV State Diadem was made in 1820 for King George IV. It's since been worn by Queens and Queens Consort, which only proves just how timeless a piece like this is – and it’s this unchanging concept that we’ve tried to emulate through this Diamond and Pearl suite.


The Queen Mother was gifted the Strathmore Rose Tiara in 1923 to mark her marriage to Prince Albert, Duke of York. The then Duchess of York adored the tiara, and its five floral emblems can be detached and worn as individual brooches. Inspired by the tiara’s motif, our Strathmore suite comprises the most stunning floral designs.


Made in 1913 – 1914 for the late Queen Mary, and continuously adapted to suit the wearer, the Gloucester Honeysuckle Tiara was created with versatility in mind. Our Gloucester Honeysuckle-inspired jewellery features a gorgeous set of Pearl and Diamond pieces guaranteed to make you feel like royalty.