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Chinese wedding tiara adorned with a multitude of happiness and longevity signs mounted on tremblant. The lower element is of silver, and features two embossed dragons; from the upper part emerge the eight immortals and three phoenixes. A curtain of bead fringe hides the bride face. Long silk tassels on each side. Early 20th c
FROM THE COLLECTION OF A GERMAN PRINCESS EMERALD AND DIAMOND TIARA, 19TH CENTURY Composed of foliate, scroll and swag motifs set with cushion-shaped, circular-cut, oval and rose diamonds, claw-set with a carved emerald depicting the Madonna and Child to the front and the Annunciation to the reverse, inner circumference approximately 350mm, emerald possibly later set.
DIAMOND TIARA, 1920S. Designed as a graduated series of open work plaques of palmette, acanthus leaf and floral cluster motifs, pierced and millegrain-set with circular-, single-cut and rose diamonds, inner circumference approximately 260mm, frame circumference approximately 350mm, detachable, most probably the tiara was designed to be worn also as a collier de chien but presently no further fittings accompany this lot, French assay marks, two small stones deficient.