Tiara Mania: Diamond Scroll Tiara worn by Queen Noor of Jordan
An antique gold, silver, diamond and pink topaz stomacher, early 19th century. Part of the House of Hohenzollern Royal Pink Topaz Parure. The top element set with a large rectangular cushion-shaped topaz within an old-cut diamond openwork border, with the sides emphasised by curvilinear diamond motifs, attached to an ornamental centre of diamond and topaz scrolls and ivy leaves terminating in a pendeloque topaz within an old-cut diamond border.
Chaumet jewellery: step into the magical Hortensia garden of high jewellery
Chaumet Hortensia ring in platinum set with white opal, diamonds, sapphires, tanzanites and a central 2.63ct cushion-cut tanzanite.
Belle Époque Pearl Stomacher Brooch by Chaumet, c. 1900. Chaumet, platinum, gold, diamond, pearl, L134mm, W112mm. If a woman aspired to look like a queen at an important reception during the Belle Epoque then the stomacher brooch, as here, pinned to her breast was as essential as the tiara on her head. This all-white example, combining the shining splendour of the diamonds with the satin like sheen of the pearls was not only decorative and elegant but could be worn with dresses of every…
DIOR. "Boiserie Saphir" ring in yellow gold, platinum, pink gold, scorched…
. Chaumet, Paris, c. 1900.
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