A BELLE EPOQUE DIAMOND TIARA Designed as thirteen graduated openwork panels, set with old-cut diamonds, five of which are centred with rectangular-cut emerald simulants, circa cm. wide, with French assay marks for platinum
A BELLE EPOQUE TIARA Of kokoshnik design, the old-cut diamond foliate openwork band interspersed with button-shaped cultured pearls and (untested) pearls of varying hues, the centre set with a cushion-shaped diamond, adapted, circa 1905
Edwardian diamond and colored diamond tiara, circa It features carats of old European-cut, single-cut and rose-cut diamonds, accentuated by carats of colored old European-cut and old mine colored diamonds, mounted in gold and platinum.
Cairo, Egyptian Royal Family's Jewels shown being examined before being put up for auction. This item is believed to be the tiara worn by Princess Chevikiar. It is today in storage at the Royal Jewellery Museum in Alexandria (Lady Fatma Ismail's Villa)
Barberini Tiara Christie’s Laura Vere-Hodge poses with the antique sapphire and diamond tiara part of the Barberini Jewels Parure, Italian. The sapphire and diamond tiara, necklace, ear pendants and brooch were sold as a parure at Christie’s Geneva
Tiara in platinum, diamonds, set with a twenty-one carat cabochon-cut white opal and a three carat Burmese pigeon’s blood ruby. Pendants in platinum, diamonds, cultured pearls and rubies. The pendants can be attached to the back or front of the tiara or d