A gorgeous close up of a 1910 diamond and pearl tiara of interlinking arches filled with button pearls or pear-shaped diamonds. French in origin, this piece has surfaced again after being put up for sale by Christie's in November 2014
Diamond tiara / necklace Boucheron - Christie’s London june 2018
A BELLE EPOQUE DIAMOND TIARA Designed as thirteen graduated openwork panels, set with old-cut diamonds, five of which are centred with rectangular-cut emerald simulants, circa cm. wide, with French assay marks for platinum
Empress Alexandra Feodorovna’s Diamond Aquamarine Kokoshnik Tiara. c 1900 Wartski purchased it in Russia in the late Said to have been the personal property of Tsarina Alexandra, present whereabouts unknown. Also necklace and earrings matching the tiara.
How adorable are these mini BLT cups? I'm obsessed! Made with a grape tomato, a small piece of crispy bacon, lettuce, and some chipotle aioli . I can totally see these being the first snack to go at any occasion. Source: The Endless Meal
Antique Diamond Tiara Composed of five graduated palmette elements, above a line with trefoil motifs and an openwork link base, set throughout with old-cut diamonds, all elements detachable, mounted in silver and gold.