Manchester Tiara Cartier 1903 commissioned by Consuelo, Duchess of Manchester
The Belgian Scroll Tiara In total, there are 854 diamonds here, all set in platinum, with a total weight of carats. The center stone is an carat diamond that can be removed and worn as a ring, and the central element can be worn as a brooch.
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Diamond Bandeau Tiara - Cartier, 1910 - diamonds set in platinum - Queen Elisabeth of the Belgians; in 1912 King Leopold III of the Belgians; inherited from his mother in 1965 Princess Lilian of Rethy; inherited from her husband in 1983
century French tiara, ca.
Pearl and diamond demi-parure owned by Princess Maria Gabriella of Savoy. The tiara can be worn as a necklace
Comb (part of a set) Date: ca. Culture: French Medium: Gold, silver, amethysts Dimensions: x in. x cm) Classification: Metalwork Credit Line: The Friedsam Collection, Bequest of Michael Friedsam, 1931 Accession Number:
AN ANTIQUE DIAMOND TIARA/NECKLACE The central old-cut diamond fan-shaped scrolling panel to the graduated knife-edge collets with fleur-de-lys spacers, mounted in silver and gold, detaches to form a brooch, with comb fitting, circa cm.
The Townsend Tiara. Cartier, Paris, 1905, platinum, seven pear-shaped diamonds weighing approximately 17 carats in total, old and rose-cut diamonds, millegrain setting.