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    Grace Personified: Edwardian Topaz & Diamond Tiara. Designed as a feathered plume, thirteen faceted teardrops of imperial topaz (with a total estimated weight of 7.25 carats) and thirteen old European cut diamonds (with a total estimated diamond weight of .40 carats) create a floral spray. Behind the gems is a fitting constructed specifically to hold a feather such as that of a peacock, if so desired. The bandeau has a loop at each end to add elastic or a ribbon to hold under the hair.

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