The lost tiara "tiara desaparecido" is actually a circlet. This was a wedding gift to Queen Ena from the people of Catalonia. Made by the world famous art nouveau master jewelers Masriera of Barcelona, the photo does not reveal the Masriera touches that differentiate this tiara from most other gothic fleuron tiaras. The tiara was made of diamonds and pearls in a gold frame with multi-color translucent enameling (plique-a-jour) in what appears to be a "Mary Stuart" or "widow's peak" frame.
Circa 1900 diamond and natural pearl belle epoque tiara designed as a series of garlands and foliate scrolls, encompassing many pink button natural pearls and 620 old European cut diamonds, and raised on a diamond band.
DIAMOND GARLAND TIARA MADE BY CARTIER In 1927 Queen Victoria Eugenia of Spain ordered a tiara with arching laurel wreaths interwined around two horizontal garlands of leaves, a thematic invention which, considering the predominant styly of art deco at this time, can be explained only by reference to the requirements of traditional court etiquete