Madonna's marriage tiara will be a Diamond Diva

Exhibition will feature jewellery worn by stars
Madonna's marriage tiara will be a Diamond Diva

The Antwerp Facets News Service reports that American superstar Madonna will be giving her marriage tiara to be exhibited along with other diamond studded accessories at the "Diamond Divas" exhibition being conducted at the Province of Antwerp’s Diamond Museum from April 11 to June 8, 2008.

“Diamond Divas" is being organised by the Antwerp World Diamond Centre and the Antwerp Diamond Museum under the patronage of HRH Princess Mathilde, to exhibit diamond jewellery items worn by crowned heads, the stars of stage and screen.

Madonna’s Edwardian diamond tiara was loaned by London jewellery house Asprey & Garrard, London when she married British film director Guy Richie. The tiara was crafted approximately in 1910 with 765 old cut diamonds weighing 78 carats, and another two larger diamonds with a combined weight of 2.50 carats.

"Diamond Divas" It is being sponsored by Antwerp Diamond Bank, KBC, ABN AMRO, NMBS, Roularta Lifestyle Magazines, Weekend Knack, De Standaard, supported by Province of Antwerp and the city of Antwerp.

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