Fabergé Diamond and Blue Enamel Ribbon Tiara c1911. Diamond, platinum and gold tiara with the central floral motif within curvilinear frame flanked on each side by acanthus leaf scrolls, supported by a bandeau enamelled ‘en guilloche’ in an opalescent shade of pale blue.
An antique diamond, pearl and synthetic sapphire tiara, French, circa 1860, centering a knife-edge plume of old European, old mine and rose-cut diamonds, baroque pearls, and (later) synthetic sapphires, completed by a band of eight old European-cut diamond star-shaped clusters; with French assay marks; with original fitted case from Guillote, 20 Rue Thérèse, Paris, embossed with a crown and K.M. on the cover; estimated total diamond weight: 8.25 carats; mounted in silver topped gold
An Edwardian platinum, diamond and pearl tiara, British or French, circa 1907. The tiara with lattice, lace and foliate motifs, centring a bouton pearl measuring 1.4cm diameter, and set throughout with diamonds, the edges of the tiara frame millegrain set with diamonds, mounted in platinum. The central shell motif could be worn separately as a brooch but the fittings have been lost. #Edwardian #BelleEpoque #tiara
A multi gem-set tiara Of scrolling openwork design, composed of highly stylised repoussé acanthus leaves and floral motifs, decorated with cabochon amethysts and emeralds, the centre set with a rose-cut diamond and garnet cross and a synthetic ruby and paste cluster, on a band of stained freshwater cultured pearls, all gemstones in foiled closed-back settings, mounted in silver gilt, composite, height at tallest point approx. 8.5cm (illustrated inside the front cover)