Silvia was the first to wear this necklace as a tiara and its now called the Napoleonic Amethyst Tiara
The tiara is made of amethyst and diamonds
It was Princess Josephine of Leuchtenberg, later Queen Josefina who took it to sweden in 1823.
this tiara she shares at the moment with the Crown Princess
Braganca Diamond Tiara
A very heavy tiara that once belonged to Empress Amalie of Brazil
after her death the tiara was left for her sister Queen Josefina
Queen Silvia has worn the big Braganza tiara for every welcome dinner for incoming State Visits from foreign Royals to Sweden ever since Queen Elizabeth's State Visit to Sweden in 1983.
The big (and surprising) exception was the Jordanian state visit to Sweden.
She has never worn it to the Nobel ceremony, and never worn it abroad.
Apart from these occasions, Queen Silvia has only worn it for official photographs.
King Carl Gustav's Fringe Tiara
This tiara the queen got as a 10th wedding anniversary
gift from the King
The tiara can be worn as a necklace both the Queen and the Crown Princess has worn it this why
The Queen shares this tiara with Princess Madeleine
Princess Victoria got this tiara as a wedding gift from her parents 1881 when she married future King Gustav V
The tiara can be converted to a necklace
as a tiara it has been worn by Crown Princess Victoria Princess Lilian princess Christina Queen Louise and Queen Victoria
Josephine of Leuchtenberg later Queen Josefina brought this tiara to sweden
it could then be worn with pearls instead of sapphire
it is part of a sapphire parure consisting of a tiara, earrings, necklace and brooch