Emerald, pearl and diamond tiara, circa 1900. Designed as a laurel wreath, pierced and millegrain-set with circular, step and mixed-cut emeralds, interspersed with pearl 'berries' and rose-cut diamond stems, pearls untested for natural origin
Gracia en la gala previa a la boda de los Reyes de España, Juan Carlos y Sofía, que se celebró en Atenas. La tiara diseñada por Van Cleef & Arpels, en platino, con 214 diamantes talla brillante, y 45 diamantes talla baguette.
Queen Elisabeth's Diamond Bandeau Tiara. One of the two tiaras that the Belgian queen wears on a regular basis, this diamond art deco tiara was made in the early twentieth century for Queen Elisabeth of the Belgians. It was loaned to Princess Mathilde for her wedding in 1999.
A belle époque diamond bracelet, circa 1910 Composed of a series of openwork elliptical links millegrain-set with old brilliant, rose, and marquise-cut diamonds, diamonds approximately 10.00 carats total, numbered, length 17.8cm