A late Victorian colored diamond, diamond and platinum-topped flower brooch the brooch designed as a crescent shaped floral cascade featuring a light brown old European-cut diamond, remaining flowers and leaves set throughout with old European-cut diamon
Tiara with rubies set in scrolling diamond foliage: part of The French Crown Ruby and Diamond Parure, made in 1816 by the court jeweller Ménière and his son-in-law Bapst on King Louis XVIII's request for Marie-Thérèse, Duchess of Angouleme.
Antique Gold, Portrait Miniature, and Diamond Pendant/Brooch depicting the Duchesse d'Angouleme with plumes in her hair and wearing elaborate jewels, the shaped mount with floral and bow motifs, set with old European and old single-cut diamond melee
The massive diamond and emerald tiara made by Nitot, as a wedding gift from Napoleon I to his second wife, Marie Louise of Austria. Originally it had 950 diamonds and 79 large emeralds in a variety of cuts.