an unusual piece from 1907, featuring a central button pearl within a diamond shell motif, which detaches to form a brooch, with flanking 'kidney-shaped' diamond lattices, all linked by foliate scrolls
Ivy laurel tiara.
Mikimoto's Flowers of Dreams tiara, created in 2013 for the 120th anniversary if cultured pearl production. The 12 flowers on the crown can be taken off by hand, without using any special tool, to form independent accessories on their own - the tiara is convertible to a necklace, or a collection of brooches, belt, and rings. There are 11 different possibilities - see the Off the Frame board.
Fabergé Tiara, circa 1910, Russia. Platinum and gold tiara with the central motif of floral spray within curvilinear frame flanked on each side by acanthus leaf scrolls diminishing in size toward the extremities, set throughout with diamonds, supported by a bandeau enameled ‘en guilloché’ in an opalescent shade of pale blue. Retailed by Fabergé’s Moscow branch and in original box.