Tiara Cartier London, 1937 Platinum, round old-cut diamonds, oval and fancy-cut aquamarines The central motif can be removed from the tiara and worn as a brooch, pointing downward. This tiara was first made with a single row of oval aquamarines, but the client had a second row of identical stones added five months later. In 1937 Cartier London received orders for no fewer than twenty-seven tiaras, most of them to be worn at the coronation of King George VI in May of that year.
BELLE EPOQUE AQUAMARINE AND DIAMOND TIARA, CIRCA 1910 Designed as a series of graduated oval aquamarine clusters set with oval- and hexagonal-shaped aquamarines, interspersed with sprays of diamond myrtle leaves, within millegrain borders of circular-, single- and rose-cut diamonds, inner circumference approximately 370mm, fitted red leather and gilt tooled case. Part of the estate of Christian, Lady Hesketh - see Tiara - Hesketh Aquamarine board for more pictures.
Alt view of AN ART DECO AQUAMARINE AND DIAMOND NECKLACE, BY LACLOCHE FRÈRES Of geometric design, the shield-shaped central panel mounted with rectangular-shaped aquamarines and circular and baguette-cut diamond detail to the three row aquamarine connections interspersed with diamond-set buckle panels, to the two row aquamarine backchain and diamond-set clasp, converts to form a halo tiara, the front panel detaches to form a brooch , circa 1930.
The Hesse aquamarine parure, said to have belonged to Grand Duchess Elizabeth of Russia, said to have been at least in part by Faberge. Said to have been a wedding present from Ernst of Hesse to his sister; said to have been a gift from her husband Grand Duke Sergei. Said to have been by some means returned to the Hesse family. It actually was in fact sold by a member of the Hesse family at auction in 1996. A very enigmatic parure.
Louise Nicolson a descendant of Queen Victoria, she recently married Charles Morshead, close friend of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, at St Peter's Episcopal church in Fraserburgh. Louise is the grandaughter of Lady Saltoun who the Queen regards as a member of the Royal Family and the couple had to get the Queen's permission to marry .
Swedish Aquamarine Bandeau Tiara aka 'cyclops' bandeau, worn by Princess Madeleine. Belonged to Queen Louise, born Mountbatten. It's from the 1920s and was originally designed to be worn across the forehead, in the fashion of that period.
Aquamarine Tiara worn by the Countess of Wessex, October 2012. This was the re-emergence of a tiara owned by Queen Elizabeth that many had thought had been dismantled to contribute to the Brazilian Parure tiara. See Five Aquamarine Tiara board for more images
Aquamarine tiara/necklace 14 ct. yellow gold and white gold. Diamonds of all together c. 2 ct. G-H.vvsi. The large, faceted cut aquamarine of blue-green colour c. 38,71 ct., all together 40 round cut diam. in total c. 2 ct. H-I. vvsi-si.: 32 round cut diam. of c. 1,20 ct. and the diadem ring with 8 round cut diam. of c. 0,80 ct. Can be worn as a pendant with necklace (l. 65 cm) and as a diadem