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    The Harcourt diamond tiara, circa 1890. Featuring a series of ten interlinking scroll and foliate motifs, with circular diamonds as flower heads, and topped by pear-shaped diamonds. Sold by Sotheby's 2nd July 2003, realising £84,000.

  • Hiroe C

    A diamond tiara, late 19th century.

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