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    China, Hair Ornament, kingfisher feathers/glass/gilt metal, c. 1900.

    Paris Atelier: The Jewels of France; The diadem from the parure given to Marie Louise by Napoleon as it exists today, with the emeralds replaced by turquoise. I believe it is on display at the Smithsonian. The rest of the parure, in its original condition, is in the Louvre.

    Diamond and pink topazes « Bowknot » tiara, Joseph Chaumet, circa 1890. Collection Chaumet Paris. #Tiara

    ~ antique Chinese jeweled Kingfisher Feather and Silver-Gilt hairpin / hair ornament

    An antique diamond sunburst brooch/tiara, circa 1880 Designed as a rising sun, set throughout with old brilliant-cut diamonds, mounted in silver and gold, diamonds approximately 9.00 carats total, later tiara frame, brooch dimensions 3.7 x 10.1cm.

    Large image from A DIAMOND TIARA The baguette and circular-cut diamond stylized crown central motif extending two pavé-set diamond scrolling lines with a graduated circular-cut diamond line surmount, to the black enamel articulated branches, mounted in gold, in golden brown leather fitted H. J. Wilm case . c 1935. Image Christies

    Tocados, coronas y velos de novia // Bridal headpieces, crowns & Veils Una joya, tiara vintage de Paul Liénard, Paris,1905. #tiaravintage #noviavintage #bodavintage

    Breakfast at Tiffany's - This tiara is characteristic of Edwardian period. Designed in the favored naturalistic form of a floral spray, silver topped gold unites with white pastes to create a tiara, hinged onto a comb of natural tortoise shell. Rising high, sprays of botanical profiles and outlines are set with clear white pastes and are punctuated with seven briolette paste dangles.

    French Antique Gilt Brass Repousse Tiara with Blue Glass Jewels

    Circa 1835 tiara. Floral tiaras are very rare as they are usually broken down into separate sprays and sold as brooches. This tiara is formed of seven floral sprays. It has been worn as a necklace at some time in the past.

    Diamond wreath tiara by Cartier, designed as two laurel leaf fronds interspersed with pear-shaped diamond 'berries', with a large central pear-shaped diamond and lines of diamonds at the top and bottom. Circa 1905.