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    BLING! The black diamond Kokoshnik of Queen Marie of Romania

  • Dawn G

    Black Diamond tiara of Queen Marie of Romania. A kokoshnik-shaped gemset platinum-mounted blackened steel tiara, the metal band bordered with calibré-cut rubies, with a band of old-mine diamonds above and rose-cut diamonds below, set with thirteen pear-shaped diamonds within calibré-cut ruby-set frames alternating with pairs of collet-set circular-cut diamonds.

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    Queen Marie of Romania's Tiara

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Cartier, 1914. A blackened steel kokoshnik-shaped gemset platinum-mounted tiara. The metal band bordered with calibré-cut rubies, with a band of old-mine diamonds above and rose-cut diamonds below, set with thirteen pear-shaped diamonds within calibré-cut ruby-set frames alternating with pairs of collet-set circular-cut diamonds. (photo from the "Cartier and America" exhibit of jewels made in America or for Americans.) Provenance: Queen Marie of Romania