A shell cameo diadem, circa The long central shell panel depicting the three Graces at the centre of a festival of music and dance, flanked by two similarly carved oval cameos, within a beaded surround and decorated to the top with a garland
Details zu Verkauf der Liebesgötter: Diadem in Muschelgemme & Gold, um 1840 / Tiara Cameo
Empress Josephine's shell cameo diadem, presented to her by her brother-in-law Joachim Murat Carved Cameo Tiara of the Empress Josephine wife of Napoleon. Musee Massena on the Promenade des Anglais, Nice, France, Europe
Iron and cameo parure, German, c. Tiaras like this one were a specialty of German foundries starting in 1804 to finance the War of Liberation from Napoleon’s armies. German women donated their gold jewelry in exchange for iron ornaments.