Tiara of Pope Benedict XVI
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The tiara was produced in Bulgaria, by a company that makes Eastern Orthodox liturgical vestments. The tiara is made from mixture of zinc, silver and brass. It is adorned with semi-precious stones.
Pope Benedict XVI never wore this tiara.
- David Kerr (May 25, 2011), ”Germans present Pope Benedict with his own papal crown”, Catholic News Agency
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