One of the sparkliest fringe tiaras in the business, the Baden Fringe Tiara has actually been historically associated with two royal Swedish Victorias. The first was Princess Victoria of Baden, who received the tiara from her parents, Grand Duke Frederick I and Grand Duchess Louise of Baden, when she married King Gustav V of Sweden in 1881.
The Baden Fringe piece has long been in the Swedish royal family; its heritage dates back to the late 19th century. The piece can also be converted into a necklace. Though the piece has been in the royal collection for decades, it has been known as one of Victoria’s signature pieces as of late.
Also called the Sunray Tiara, it has 47 diamond rays. It is a flexible piece and has been used as such since its beginnings