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Gold, silver and diamond tiara, consisting of twelve ears of corn , six to each side, meeting at the centre of the narrow gold band . First half of the 19th century
A diamond and natural pearl belle epoque tiara, circa 1905. Featuring thirteen interlocking diamond ovals, with larger, circular diamonds at the top and bottom of each oval; with pear-shaped upright natural pearls within each oval, supported by diamond foliates
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Large image from A DIAMOND TIARA The baguette and circular-cut diamond stylized crown central motif extending two pavé-set diamond scrolling lines with a graduated circular-cut diamond line surmount, to the black enamel articulated branches, mounted in gold, in golden brown leather fitted H. J. Wilm case . c 1935. Image Christies
A diamond belle epoque tiara, circa 1900. Formed by two olive branches, with circular diamonds as fruits, in a wreath formation, on a raised band of diamonds. Possibly now part of the Albion Art collection in Japan.
The tiara is most likely from 1825, when it was donated to Princess Louise of the Netherlands, the Queen's great-grandmother. The tiara is part of a set, considered to be among the most prestigious pices of jewelry in the Danish royal family's possession.
La Belle Époque Diamond Tremblant Pinks Tiara by Joseph Chaumet, Circa 1905. Mounted in platinum, the 19.56ct. centre diamond detachable to form a pendant.
This wedding present from Emperor Napoleon I to Empress Marie Louise his second wife Originally, was fitted with 79 emeralds and the current 1000 diamonds that total 700 carats Altered in 1952 by Van Cleef and Arpels who replaced the emeralds with Persia