An 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. Click to enlarge: assets5.pinimg.co...
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An 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
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"Royal Tiaras" Two of these tiaras are reproductions: the "Spencer" tiara (bottom of the first column) and the "Burmese Ruby" tiara (4th from the top of the second column). These pieces were created by Royal Exhibitions, a firm which sells copies of royal jewels and also stage jewelry. Third from top on the left is a rhinestone piece--thank you, Starry Diadem!
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1810-1820 French or Italian with a central motif of a peacock displaying its fanned tail, flanked by flower and leaf sprays. Contains turquoises and multi-coloured pastes in a pinchback setting.
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French or Italian with a central motif of a peacock displaying its fanned tail, flanked by flower & leaf sprays. Contains turquoises & multi-coloured pastes in a pinchbeck setting. From about 1810-1820
A GEORGE III DIAMOND TIARA Designed as a series of foliate scrolls, the central panel with stylized plume surmount set throughout with rose-cut diamonds to the closed-back setting, mounted in silver and gold, circa 1790, frame 45.5 cm. Click to enlarge: http://assets3.pinimg.com/upload/137641332332945950_4mojokLU.jpg
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An antique pearl and diamond Tiara early 19th century, set with clusters of pearls and rose cutrose cut.
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Antique Tiara (early 19th c.; pearls, diamonds).
1850 British Tiara at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London - From the curators' comments: "Wreaths of flowers and foliage were in fashion throughout the 19th century. Sometimes they included real flowers, or artificial ones made of fabric, wax or porcelain. Here the flowers and foliage consist of diamonds and pearls. At Queen Victoria’s coronation, her attendants wore wreaths of silver corn-ears."
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Diamond and Pearl Tiara at the Victoria and Albert Museum
Made in England, ca. 1850. Artist unknown. Brilliant and rose cut diamonds set in silver and gold.
Tiara ca. 1850 Wreaths of flowers and foliage were in fashion throughout the 19th century. Sometimes they included real flowers, or artificial ones made of fabric, wax or porcelain. Here the flowers and foliage consist of diamonds and pearls. At Queen Victoria’s coronation, her attendants wore wreaths of silver corn-ears.© Victoria and Albert Museum, London
Tiara Brilliant- and rose-cut diamonds set in silver, gold ca.1850 England, Great Britain Here the flowers and foliage consist of diamonds and pearls. At Queen Victoria’s coronation, her attendants wore wreaths of silver corn-ears.
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A diamond and pearl tiara, circa 1890. Formerly belonging to Countess Raine Spencer, her personal tiara, and not one connected with the Spencers. Designed as a series of five scroll and foliate motifs, with large button natural pearls; interlinked with diamond fleur de lys, also with button pearls. Believed to be part of the Albion Arts collection in Japan.
Tiara of Countess Spencer, ca. 1890 From Albion Art
Merry Renk Butterfly Tree Crown in silver and gold. (Christie's)
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Merry Renk Butterfly Tree Crown in silver and gold.
Merry Renk Butterfly Tree (Californiana series) crown, silver and gold. Executed in 1982-2009
Known as the Mystery Amethyst Tiara of Queen Alexandra because its providence is unclear this tiara features 5 hexagonally cut amethysts, 13 old European cut diamonds totalling approximately 8.5 carats, 69 old European cut diamonds totalling 10 carats, a variety of smaller old-mine and rose cut diamonds totalling roughly 5 carats and it is mounted in silver and gold and numerous smaller old-mine and rose-cut diamonds weighing approximately 5.00 carats.
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Diadem - Amethysts, diamonds, set in platinum, made by Cartier Paris, circa 1900. Amethyst: purple is the colour royalty; amethyst has been an insignia of power. Amethyst were favoured by Egyptian royalty & Catherine the Great of Russia. Feature also in the British Crown Jewels. Amethyst is referred to "the stone of bishops" in the Church. The Greek word "amethystos" translates into "not drunken" and it was often worn as an amulet to protect against intoxication.
Queen Victoria's sapphire and diamond tiara
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Queen Alexandra’s Amethyst Tiara Queen Alexandra (the Queen-Consort of England who came before Mary of Teck) also had an amethyst tiara that wasn’t without its intrigue. These amethysts were also gifts from a Tsar: Alexander III After Alix’s husband King Edward VII died in 1910, she became more and more solitary and quite uninterested in jeweled finery. The now-Dowager Queen was so disinterested that Alix died without a will. It’s generally believed her children divided her jewellery among themselves. Queen Alexandra’s eldest daughter, Louise, Princess Royal and Duchess of Fife had taken the amethyst tiara as well as a sapphire necklace also gifted by Tsar Alexander III. Princess Louise finally passed the Alix’s Amethyst tiara down to her second daughter Maud of Fife, who became Countess of Southesk upon her marriage to Charles Carnegie, 11th Earl of Southesk. Most other sources agree that Maud may have worn the tiara a few times before selling it at auction on June 26, 1946. In addition to the Mystery Amethyst Tiara, several other pieces of Alix’s jewellery were auctioned at Christie’s. The tiara fetched a mere £1750. Now, of course, there’s a new mystery surrounding Alix’s Amethyst tiara: who has it now?
EMERALD AND DIAMOND TIARA, CIRCA 1910. The upper tier of open work trellis design millegrain-set throughout with rose diamonds, and decorated with three flower head cluster motifs set with circular-cut diamonds, the lower tier of foliate and meander design, set with similarly-cut stones and centring on an octagonal emerald.
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The Archduchess Marie Valerie’s Tiara (Empress Elisabeth of Austria’s daughter) 1913. Gold, silver, diamonds, natural pearls
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Diadem of Archduchess Marie Valerie of Austria, daughter of Emperor Franz Joseph I and Empress Elisabeth "(Sissi") of gold, silver, diamonds, natural pearls. Jewelry AE Köchert, Vienna, 1913 © Qatar Museums Authority
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Portland Tiara, United Kingdom (1902; made by Cartier; diamonds, gold). Made for Winifred Cavendish-Bentinck, Duchess of Portland.
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1007: PERSIAN TURQUOISE 18K WHEAT TIARA, 19th C. Neoclassical design on gilt armature. Apparently unmarked. 114 gs. 8 1/3'' x 2 1/2'' Sold at auction 12/2010
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A Georgian diamond floral tiara as worn in Downton Abbey An Important Georgian diamond tiara, the tiara in the form of a garland spray of leaves and floral clusters, pave-set throughout with old-cut diamonds, weighing an estimated total of 45 carats, cutdown collet-set in silver to a yellow gold mount, convertible to two brooches, gross weight 75.5 grams on frame, circa 1800.
A Georgian diamond floral tiara - c 1830 Bentley & Skinner
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Royal Jewels of Monaco - The Halo Tiara - Pearls, Diamonds and Platinum Halo Tiara by Cartier. Part of the personal jewelry of Princess Grace of Monaco from the time of her 1956 wedding to Prince Rainier III
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Peacock Tiara - Birmingham Museum Gallery - Tiara - 1922M342 - 19th century frontlet or tiara made of gilt metal and decorated with pastes to create the design of a peacock
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Diamond Wheat Tiara. Beautiful design made by a pair of talented hands of a genious jeweler.
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Carlo Guiliano circa 1870 Of openwork gold, decorated with five circular clusters of round turquoise cabochons, spaced by entwined scrolls topped by beads, signed C.G. and numbered 37. With original gilt-embossed leather case.
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Gold and turquoise tiara, Carlo Giuliano, circa1870. Openwork gold, decorated with five circular clusters of round turquoise cabochons, spaced by entwined scrolls topped by beads, signed C.G. and numbered 37. With original gilt-embossed leather case.
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 1910, 44.5 cm. wide, with French assay marks for platinum