THE OCEANS TIARA~ Created in 2011 by Van Cleef & Arpels for Princess Charlene of Monaco, gift from Prince Albert II of Monaco on the occasion of their 2011 wedding. Represents ocean waves, can be converted into a necklace. More than 850 diamonds and 359 sapphires in three shades, totaling over 1,200 stones and 70 carats.
The Portland TiaraIl with sapphires (Burma and Ceylon), diamonds and natural saltwater pearls. In particular, the tiara consists of twelve clusters with faceted sapphires in the form of pillows and old-cut diamonds currently installed on a ring of small diamonds and connected to the garland. Diamond tiara complemented with pearls and has a bright sapphire accents, all placed on the rim of silver and gold. His inner circle of 54 centimeters.
Mikimoto, Japan - modern pearl parure
High resolution image of the RAINBOW TIARA by Solange Azagury-Partridge. An open work tiara set with an oval black Opal surrounded by tiers of Diamonds and precious stones in blackened 18ct white gold.
Gold and silver tiara, the openwork band at the base filled with pairs of diamonds set alternatively above and below between button pearls, except in the centre which is marked by a diamond between three small pearls. The seven pear pearls in diamond caps rise from addorsed diamond scrolls linked together like festoons, each enclosing a collet set diamond, resting on a channel set line of diamonds. German, Circa 1830
Tiara Mania: Sapphire Parure TiaraIt was ordered in 1881 from Vita Israel. It was possibly based on an Oscar Massin design from 1867. The diamonds are set en tremblant and the central sapphire can be removed to wear as a brooch. In 1928, the frame was altered and some of the diamonds were removed by Van Kempen en Vos. In 2013, and new frame was added and the central element was lowered by Steltman Jewellers. Materials: Ceylon sapphires and diamonds set in gold and silver
Victorian Seed Pearl Tiara, Early 19th Century
Tiara at the National Museum of Natural History belonging to Marie Antoinette's great niece Empress Marie Louise.