A bandeau / tiara with cartouche motifs in small pearl beads, woven between old-cut diamond swirls. It came in its original box. It was made by Gebrüder Friedländer of Berlin. He was the House Jeweler to the Princess Luise of Prussia in the early 1900s.
Pearl Poire Tiara Creation: Made in Berlin in 1825. Queen Louise of Denmark left it to the Danish Royal Property Trust 1926 which means that is always belongs to the reigning monarch and cannot be sold or given away. Materials: 18 pear shaped pearls and diamonds
A Jugendstil pearl, enamel and marcasite pendant, by Heinrich Levinger Of pierced scrolling cartouche design, centrally set with an oval mabe pearl to borders of graduated marcasites, accented with blue enamel, on a figaro-link chain, with stamped maker's mark, 'Depose' and '900', in case signed 'H.N.V. Santen, Berlin', pendant length 4.9cm | JV