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A fine 19th century diamond tiara, by Garrard & Co., designed as a full circle of old-cut diamond ivy leaves, with diamond single-stone collet berries, mounted in silver and gold, the seven principal leaves detachable for brooch conversion, leaves circa 1860, the collets added circa 1900, diamonds in excess of 100 carats, in a red leather case, stamped R & S Garrard & Co.

The Lady Cory Wreath Tiara, 1850 Made in three units of gold, this tiara is encrusted with European and Brilliant-cut diamonds set in silver and mounted Baroque pearls. The wreath features many varieties of floral designs. Part of the tiara was damaged and, sometime between 1860 and 1870, a trembler of a diamond honey-suckle blossom was added to replace the damaged section. The Victoria & Albert Museum

Belle Epoque diamond tiara by Filippo Chiappe - created for the wedding of Count Carlo Raggio and Marchioness Tea Spinola in 1909 - via Christie's



Tiara 1905 Christie’s

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Manchester Tiara

Manchester Tiara. Once owned by Consuelo, Duchess of Manchester in 1903. Courtesy of the Victoria & Albert Museum, London.

AN ANTIQUE DIAMOND TIARA Designed as old-cut diamond collets, with a detachable central diamond spray, to the scroll motifs, diamond line and scroll band, mounted in silver and gold, the two back sections detachable, mounted on a later black velvet cap, with five hair fittings and three brooch fittings, circa 1890, 5.8 cm. high, with gold trimmed white leather case

Tiara composed of central floral & foliate spray, each flowerhead w/ cushion shaped foil backed sapphire centre to an old-cut diamond openwork surround, raised on similarly-set diamond stems and scrolling leaves. Graduated diamond fleur-de-lys motif panels, partially closed-set, mounted in silver and gold, the central spray with early 19th century elements detaching to form a brooch, the fleur-de-lys panels forming a necklace, circa 1890, fitted S.J.Phillips Ltd. case Image Christie's

A Victorian tiara/necklace set with diamonds and cabochon turquoise. Mounted in silver and 18ct yellow gold. Circa 1875

The Marquess of Tavistock Tiara: Was made around 1870. The diamonds around these amethysts are set in curling grape vine leaves. HOLY MACKERAL IM IN LOVE

Fabergé Diamond and Blue Enamel Ribbon Tiara c1911. Diamond, platinum and gold tiara with the central floral motif within curvilinear frame flanked on each side by acanthus leaf scrolls, supported by a bandeau enamelled ‘en guilloche’ in an opalescent shade of pale blue.