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A diamond tiara/necklace, dating from the last quarter of the 19th century, formerly belonging to Mary, Duchess of Roxburghe. The tiara comes apart to form a necklace and a thin diamond bandeau.

A diamond tiara/necklace, dating from the last quarter of the century, formerly belonging to Mary, Duchess of Roxburghe. The tiara comes apart to form a necklace and a thin diamond bandeau.

The Howe Diamond Fringe Tiara. This tiara was created of two elements probably in 1883, on the occasion of the marriage of the 4th Earl Howe, according to D. Scarisbrick's lovely book (p. 106), t. diamonds, gold, silver, Left: Mary Howe (née Curzon), Countess Howe, Right: Sarah Curzon, daughter of 5th Earl Howe.

The Howe Diamond Fringe Tiara. This tiara was created of two elements probably in 1883, on the occasion of the marriage of the 4th Earl Howe, according to D. Scarisbrick's lovely book (p. 106), t. diamonds, gold, silver, Left: Mary Howe (née Curzon), Countess Howe, Right: Sarah Curzon, daughter of 5th Earl Howe.