A gorgeous diamond tiara, by Boucheron. Featuring the layered-look of the original Harcourt tiara, not the current one, with flower heads and leaf clusters in two of the layers. An upper undulating layer, topped with fifteen large pear-shaped diamonds
Queen Sophie’s Diamond Tiara. This major all diamond tiara, featuring large rectangular diamonds set in circular foliage motifs, gets its name from its first owner: Princess Sophie of Prussia who married the future King Constantine I of Greece in
DIAMOND TIARA/NECKLACE, CIRCA 1900 diamonds, length approximately accompanied by two tiara frames of different heights, two small diamonds deficient, fitted case stamped Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Company.
and the newly acquired, more complete image, without the crease. Once belonging to Princess Pauline Borghese, with seven oval-shaped diamond clusters as flower-heads amid a profusion of foliate scrolls.
The "Girls of Great Britain and Ireland" Tiara. In 1893 a committee was formed to raise money from the "Girls of Great Britain and Ireland" to purchase a wedding gift for Princess May of Teck. This tiara was purchased from Garrards.
Important seed pearl and diamond tiara, Cartier, circa 1909 Designed as an open work Greek key band millegrain-set with circular-cut diamonds within an outer border of seed pearls, framing a central detachable old mine-cut diamond, inner circumference app
A late Victorian natural pearl and diamond tiara, comprising five principle sections graduated to the centre, of an ornate openwork scroll & floral design, all from a necklet of alternately-set pearls and diamonds/