Mathilde of the Belgians in the diamond Wolfers tiara in Japan
(photo Belgian Royal Family Instagram)
Mathilde chose the Wolfers tiara for the State Dinner in Japan. It's pure diamonds, with two rows of round cut sparklers sitting beneath a final flourish of the stones arranged in sets of three to form points along the top of the tiara.
It takes its name, like many a royal tiara before it, from the jewellers who made it. Wolfers put together this piece in 1960 on behalf of the diamond traders of Antwerp who presented it to Belgium's new queen, Fabiola, following her marriage to King Baudouin that year. It can also be worn as a necklace.