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A unusual belle epoque tiara, 1900, by Boucheron. In some ways a very Art Nouveau design, with large diamond leaves intertwining sinuously with diamond berries.

Spanish Royal Jewels: The Prussian or Hellenic Tiara ... 1913 by the German jeweler Koch. Currently owned by Queen Sofia of Spain, given to her by her mother, Queen Frederica of Greece, which was given to her by her mother, Princess Victoria Luise of Hanover, which was given to her by her father, Kaiser Wilhelm II, on her wedding day.

A VICTORIAN DIAMOND FLOWER TIARA A stunning Victorian diamond tiara, the tiara comprising three diamond flower heads linked by diamond scroll work of a foliate design, encrusted throughout with old brilliant-cut diamonds, estimated to weigh a total of 15 carats, all set in silver to a yellow gold mount, with detachable diamond-set necklace fittings and tiara frame, gross weight 32.45, circa 1870

Close up of tiara from the Queen of Sheba Parure - large honey-coloured diamonds, white brilliant-cut diamonds, smaller honey-coloured diamonds, rose-cut and old-cut diamonds set in yellow and white gold (some of which has been oxidized). It was designed specially for Lady Colin Campbell. The parure consists of a tiara, necklace, long-drop earrings, ring and bracelet.

A MID-19TH CENTURY DIAMOND TIARA Composed of a series of nine old-cut diamond graduating flowerhead clusters centred by old-cut pear and cushion shape diamond collet highlights, interspersed by ten similarly-set stylised cusp motifs of ribbon scroll design, raised on an undulating diamond line frame, mounted in silver and gold, circa 1850. Each flowerhead cluster detachable to form a brooch. (Christie's)

The Devonshire tiara, part of the Devonshire neo-classical parure made by C.F. Hancock. Gold; enamel; diamonds; cornelian; onyx; garnet; jacinths; lapis lazuli; plasma, and sardonyx.

Farah Pahlavi (Persian: فرح پهلوی‎, Azerbaijani: Fərəh Pəhləvi; the former Queen and Empress of Iran. The widow of Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, the Shah of Iran, and the only person to hold the title of Empress (Shahbanou) since pre-Islamic Iran. She was Queen consort of Iran from 1959 until 1967 and Empress consort from 1967 until exile in 1979.

A diamond necklace/tiara combination, circa 1890 Composed of graduating pierced flowerheads and leaves, the largest to the centre, set throughout with old brilliant, single and rose-cut diamonds, with a pear-shaped diamond drop, mounted in silver and gold, tiara frame deficient, central brooch fitting provided, diamonds approx. 5.60ct total, length 37.5cm, fitted case by Nathan & Co, Birmingham