The Manchester Tiara, French, 1903. Designed by Cartier. Accepted by HM Government in lieu of Inheritance Tax and allocated to the V & A Museum, 2007. Photo: Angela Moore. V&A Museum.

The Manchester Tiara, French, 1903. Designed by Cartier. Accepted by HM Government in lieu of Inheritance Tax and allocated to the V & A Museum, 2007. Photo: Angela Moore. V&A Museum.

カルティエ、1,218個のダイヤモンドが輝く100年前の「オリエンタル ティアラ」を銀座で展示 | ニュース - ファッションプレス

カルティエ、1,218個のダイヤモンドが輝く100年前の「オリエンタル ティアラ」を銀座で展示

カルティエ、1,218個のダイヤモンドが輝く100年前の「オリエンタル ティアラ」を銀座で展示 | ニュース - ファッションプレス もっと見る

Tiara belonging to Marie Bonaparte  By Cartier  Platinum, diamonds  1907  Private Collection, courtesy of Albion Art Institute, Japan

古代エジプト時代の紀元前のアンティークジュエリーから1900年代の最先端ジュエリーまで。 代表 有川一三が世界中から集めたアルビオンアートの追求する"ジュエリーの美と感動の世界"を心ゆくまでお楽しみください。

Adaptable tiara made in 1912 by Boucheron for Barbara Kelch - it can be (T to B) hung with opal drops, entirely diamonds, drops that may be cabochon emeralds or pearls (the photo is indistinct) or diamonds with upright tear-drop shaped diamond finials- see Diamond III, Opals, Unknown for the possible emerald/pearl drop versions

Adaptable tiara made in 1912 by Boucheron for Barbara Kelch - it can be (T to B) hung with opal drops, entirely diamonds, drops that may be cabochon emeralds or pearls (the photo is indistinct) or diamonds with upright tear-drop shaped diamond finials- see Diamond III, Opals, Unknown for the possible emerald/pearl drop versions

Aquamarine Pine Flower Tiara was commissioned by HM King George VI from Cartier, London, as a 15th wedding anniversary gift for his wife HM Queen Elizabeth in 1938. This tiara is composed of aquamarines and diamonds arranged in a pine cone motif (hence the ‘pine flower’ designation), interspersed with large upright rectangular aquamarines and smaller diamonds. Princess Anne has inherited the tiara currently.

Art inn 世の女性たちへとっておきの展覧会「プリンセスの輝き ティアラ展 ~華麗なるジュエリーの世界~」

Manchester Tiara.  Once owned by Consuelo, Duchess of Manchester in 1903.  Courtesy of the Victoria & Albert Museum, London.

Manchester Tiara

Manchester Tiara. Once owned by Consuelo, Duchess of Manchester in 1903. Courtesy of the Victoria & Albert Museum, London.

Tiara of Princess Anne of Orléans, Duchess of Aosta (1906-1986). This tiara was purchased for her in 1920. It was described as an "unusual tiara with ornate arabesques of diamonds, very detailed and richly crafted in turns and loops..." The tiara was formerly owned by the Princess Lubanov-Rostov of Russia.

Tiara of Princess Anne of Orléans, Duchess of Aosta (1906-1986). This tiara was purchased for her in 1920. It was described as an "unusual tiara with ornate arabesques of diamonds, very detailed and richly crafted in turns and loops..." The tiara was formerly owned by the Princess Lubanov-Rostov of Russia.

An old cut diamond tiara/brooch, tot. App. 20 cts, mid 19th century. Silver, the drop shaped diamonds are app. 1.70-2.00 cts. Later broochpin in gold, tiara stand and box. L 9.5 cm.

An old cut diamond tiara/brooch, tot. App. 20 cts, mid 19th century. Silver, the drop shaped diamonds are app. 1.70-2.00 cts. Later broochpin in gold, tiara stand and box. L 9.5 cm.

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