Diamond tiara 19th Century of openwork scroll design with a palmette motif to the centre, set throughout with circular-cut and old-cut diamonds, detachable tiara fitting, accompanied by its fitted case.
THE PERSIAN TURQUOISE TIARA Known as the Triumph of Love Tiara.Persian turquoise stands for love, and adorns a delicate diamond structure of gold and platinum of laurel wreaths for triumph, lovers' knots, and torches of love. The tiara is part of a parure including a necklace, earrings, and a brooch.c. 1900
PLATINUM, PEARL AND DIAMOND BRACELET, CIRCA 1930. Set with old European-cut, single-cut and baguette diamonds weighing a total of approximately 10.00 carats, and pearls measuring approximately 4.4 mm., length 7 inches.
DIAMOND BRACELET, 1930S. Of interlaced ribbon design set with graduated lines of circular-cut and baguette diamonds, centring on a circular-cut diamond weighing 2.23 carats, length approximately 180mm, case.
RUBY, PEARL AND DIAMOND PENDANT NECKLACE, CIRCA 1910. The open work lozenge-shaped pendant designed as a knife-edge lattice millegrain-set with circular-, single-cut and cushion-shaped diamonds and articulated pear-shaped rubies, suspending a diamond capped pearl drop, embellished by two tied ribbon motifs highlighted by rose- and single-cut diamonds, to a fine curb and fetter link chain, length approximately 464mm.