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A DIAMOND TIARA. In the garland style, designed as a rose-cut and oldmine-cut diamond flower spray with three oldmine-cut and rose-cut diamond "en tremblant" flowerheads, each set with an old european-cut diamond weighing 2.22, 2.61 and 3.21 carats; with extra fittings to be worn as three brooches, the mounting has been rodiated; late XIX century

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Laurel tiara with oriental pearls from an old European aristocratic property rosé gold and silver, an old-cut diamond c. 1.70 ct, smaller old-cut diamonds and diamond rhombus total weight c. 28 ct, c. 1880, 32.8 g, can be separated into 12 single brooches. In Greek mythology, the laurel represents the triumph of love. It was probably produced by the Petochi workshop in Rome. The pearls symbolise the white buds of laurel flowers. According to family history, the present item is a wedding…

Central Asia or Iran. Temple pendant from the late 19th to early 20th century. Silver, fire-gilded, with openwork, cabochon carnelians, silver chains, and embossed pendants.