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Russian silver, enamel & gem-set WEDDING CROWNS created by Ivan Dmitrovich Chichrlev. 19th Century. Christian Orlov photo Collection & retouching.

Russian silver, enamel & gem-set WEDDING CROWNS created by Ivan Dmitrovich Chichrlev.

RUSSIAN SILVER GILT WEDDING CROWN  created by an unknown Russian goldsmith, ca 1900. Christian Orlov photo Collection & retouching.

RUSSIAN SILVER GILT WEDDING CROWN created by an unknown Russian goldsmith, ca 1900. Christian Orlov photo Collection & retouching.

Crown of Louis XV of France

From the Fairy King's collection. centuriespast: Augustin DUFLOS, jeweler Crown of Louis XV 1722 Paris The Louvre

RUSSIAN BISHOPS MITRE Created by Olovyanishnikov of Moscow, Bishops Mitre 1910. Christian Orlov photo Collection & retouching.

RUSSIAN BISHOPS MITRE Created by Olovyanishnikov of Moscow, Bishops Mitre 1910. Christian Orlov photo Collection & retouching.

Pearl & diamond tiara designed by Gabriel Lemonnier (the crown jeweler) and commissioned by Napoleon III for his marriage to Eugenie de  Montijo

Pearl of the Orient

Pearl & diamond tiara designed by Alexandre-Gabriel Lemonnier (the crown jeweler) and commissioned by Napoléon III for his marriage to Eugénie de Montijo in

An emerald and diamond tiara in a fitted case by Marzo. The central square-cut emerald set amidst a tapering openwork panelof scrolling foliate motifs, mounted atop a band set with six graduated cut-cornered step-cut emeralds interspersed with openwork panels with knife-edge set diamond collets, the piece set throughout with old and rose-cut diamond. Circa 1915. This tiara has been in the private ownership of a Spanish aristocratic family.

DJWE, Part 4 – Beyond the auction room

A diamond and emerald tiara, Featuring diamond foliate scrolls and spray motifs, with a central square-cut emerald, and an open-work base of diamonds and emeralds. This tiara looked considerably better after a clean

Corona real de Wurtemberg, que se exhibe en el palacio real de Wurtemberg, la corona en realidad no era utilizada en coronaciones pues es más grande de lo normal.

Royal Crown of Württemberg, which is exhibited in the royal palace of Württemberg; the crown was not actually used in coronations since it is larger than normal.

1915 The Hohenburg Tiara, Kochert, featuring two scroll and foliate motifs, w diamonds clusters, each side of a respendant central bow, at the centre of which is a large cushion-cut diamond, and topped w a larger pear-shaped diamond, still used by the Hohenberg family

The Hohenberg diamond tiara by Köchert. Featuring two scroll and foliate motifs, with diamond clusters, each side of a central bow, at the centre of which is a large cushion-cut diamond, and topped with a larger pear-shaped diamond.

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The Faberge tiara was bought by the McFerrin Collection, owned by Dothory and Artie McFerrin of Texas, and is now on extended loan to the Houston Museum of Natural Sciences.

CARTIER ART NOUVEAU DIAMOUND TIARA CREATED IN 1900. Christian Orlov photo Collection & retouching.

CARTIER ART NOUVEAU DIAMOUND TIARA CREATED IN 1900. Christian Orlov photo Collection & retouching.

DIAMOND CORONET, late 19th century, designed as a series of graduated foliate scrolls, each terminating in an en tremblant spray set with old mine and circular-cut diamonds, to an articulated band, inner circumference approximately 390mm.

Designed as a series of graduated foliate scrolls, each terminating in an en tremblant spray set with old mine and circular-cut diamonds, to an articulated band, inner circumference approximately

The Baden Tiara Baden Tiara, Germany (made by Cartier; diamonds). Once belonged to Princess Hilda of Nassau, Grand Duchess of Baden.

The Baden Tiara Baden Tiara, Germany (made by Cartier; diamonds). Once belonged to Princess Hilda of Nassau, Grand Duchess of Baden.

The tiara of Marie~Therese, the only surviving daughter of Marie Antoinette and Louis XVI

The emerald and diamond tiara of Marie-Thérèse-Charlotte, the Duchess of Angoulême. It can be found today in the Louvre. Marie-Thérèse was was the only child of Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette to survive the French Revolution.

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