Bridal: Tiaras, ‘Today’ Show Rings

Crowning GloryDiamond tiaras have long been a symbol of European royalty, but more are popping up—and becoming available—in American markets. Here are a few of the latest designers taking the headpiece to a higher level. •?Damiani: Cristina Bagnari, designer of the Italian brand’s Master­piece Collections, unveiled three one-of-a-kind tiaras this year: the Belle Époque, with 16.09 cts. t.w. dia­monds in 94.30 grams of 18k white gold (retail price: $119,040); the Vul­­can­ia, with 11.95 cts. t.w. diamonds in 77.20 grams of 18k white gold ($82,540); and the Eden, with 1.88 cts. t.w. diamonds in 28.80 grams of 18k white gold (at $29,790, a veritable bargain!). All are on display in Damiani’s boutique on Via Monte Napoleone in Milan’s fashion district. The Cento tiara, shown as a headpiece (top) and a bracelet (bottom); $77,000; Roberto Coin, New York City; 800-853-5958; ro

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