The central diamond flowerhead suspended in an old European-cut diamond stylised navette-shaped surround to the scroll terminals and foliate border. Accompanied by a necklace attachment and a red leather fitted case.
A diamond tiara from Cartier with an Indian theme. Made for the Countess Granard. Designed around a central diamond cluster, with large circular diamonds that expands with millegrain diamonds into a stylised tree-shape which repeats itself throughout the whole piece. Topped with pear-shaped and circular diamonds. This Oriental style was very popular in Europe, particularly in UK, in early 20th century.
The Russian Nuptial Tiara. Worn by the imperial brides is most notable for its central pink diamond, a rose-colored stone of impeccable quality which comes from the treasury of Emperor Paul I and is more than 10 carats.
Van Cleef & Arpels diamond tiara that Princess Grace wore at the wedding of her daughter Caroline to Philippe Jugnot in Platinum set with pear-shaped diamonds, marquise-shaped diamonds and round diamonds, weighing carats. Today this tiara is in
The Luxembourg Empire Tiara: One of the largest diadems in use today and composed of massive amounts of diamonds in the Empire style, this regal gem made its public debut on the head of reigning Grand Duchess Charlotte when she married Prince Felix of Bou