tiara and necklace wedding set. gold and sterling silver, Austrian hallmarks on the necklace. Necklace contains baroque pearls along with faceted and cabochon emeralds; faceted emeralds only in the tiara.
Gorgeous silver tiara featuring captivating opals and bright aquamarine. It was made circa 1925 by an unknown artisan in Melbourne, Australia . It is currently being held at the National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne.
PARURE ANTIQUE SILVER AND GOLD WITH STONES ENGRAVED AND DIAMONDS - necklace with nineteen chalcedony and quartz cameos framed in graduated gold filigree motifs and joined by gold chain with a central octagonal chalcedony plaque with six old cut diamonds; tiara comb, bracelet, earrings, brooch. Original case, mid- 19th century
Set of brilliants consisting of necklace with seven pendants, brooch in the form of a floral bouquet, and earrings. Made in 1840 by C. The jewellery dates back to Danish Queens Sophie Magdalene, Caroline Mathilde and Juliane Marie.
End of century Austrian tiara with pink tourmalines and Nymphaeaceae details, from Rozet & Fischmeister. White and green enamelled gold. I wish some fanciful designs such as this one were worn nowadays.
The Mellerio Shell Tiara (created in resembles both a shell cradling its treasures and a rolling ocean wave, complete with pearls and briolette-cut diamonds dripping below. There’s a removable diamond drop suspended.
LATE VICTORIAN TURQUOISE AND DIAMOND TIARA NECKLACE Composed of a series of old-cut diamond-set arching foliate garlands, each culminating in a similarly-set flowerhead raised above a central turquoise cabochon accent, interspersed by corresponding turquo
The Imperial State Crown of Great Britain, Tower of London. It incorporates the "Black Prince's Ruby", a 140 ct. This image of the crown was taken prior to the 1953 coronation, when the crown was modified for Queen Elizabeth II
An emerald, pearl and diamond pendant brooch The diamond-set ribbon bow suspending a diamond garland with pearl centre and emerald drop with rose-cut diamond terminal, circa 1900, French marks, 6.5cm long, pearl not tested for natural origin No. 8350
Chicago socialite Rose Movius Palmer wearing the Westminster Halo Tiara as altered, with the Arcot and George IV diamonds replaced with turquoises. (Replacing with turquoises is economical, but not very appealing.