The Abamalek Lazarev tiara often wrongly attributed to Grand Duchess Vladimir
The Abamalek Lazarev Tiara. A tiara designed as conventionalized foliage and flowers centered with pale yellow diamonds, ordered by Princess Abamalek Lazarev of Georgia in 1907 and made by Boucheron. She bequeathed it to her nephew Prince Paul of Yugoslavia. The diamond rivière which runs along the base of the jewel is a later addition, apparently made by Princess Paul of Yugoslavia (nee Princess Olga of Greece and Denmark).
A very intricate diamond and baroque pearl tiara, 1890. Featuring mass foliate scrolls, with two pearls within, and topped with nine pearls. Sold via Sotheby's on 18 June 2002, for £20,315.
The Online Tatting Class 2011 Index - black magic cross (Mary Konoir's pattern) diagram by Vickie Reynolds
Bagration tiara, now belongs to the Duke and Duchess of Westminster