Cultured pearl and diamond diadem, Martignetti, 1957 Designed as two ribbons set with brilliant- and circular-cut diamonds, the centre decorated with a cultured pearl within a surround of similar and baguette stones, mounted in platinum
Rose, Thistle, and Shamrock Spray Diamond Tiara. Early Each represents 1 of the 3 Kingdoms of Great Britain. The center rose is set en tremblent and the tiara breaks down into five separate brooches with provided settings. From the Estate of Lady Hesketh.
The "Byzantine" Tiara - by Köchert - the so-called "lost tiara" that Princess Alice wore to King Edward VII's wedding. This tiara won for Köchert the first prize for jewellery at the World Exhibition. See earlier pin for tiara alone
A diamond belle epoque wreath tiara, circa possibly Kochert. A diamond tiara in the shape of a wreath of mistletoe with oval diamond berries. Made for Archduchess Maria of Austria, circa and at one time gracing the site of S J Phillips and Co.
Provenance: The Imperial Russian Crown Jewels, The Diamond Fund, circa 1760 – 1917 - Historic and magnificent diamond jewel, Russia, 2nd half of the 18th c. and later. Composed of an articulated band set with slightly graduated cushion-shaped diamonds, within a border of drop-shaped motifs similarly set; and a ribbon bow motif set with cushion-shaped diamonds in an open-work floral and foliate pattern, numbered, band and bow later assembled with the addition of two extra links to the band.
Art Deco Diamond Tiara of Princess Alice of Athlone - Featuring thirteen anthemion motifs, twelve of which are held within diamond bands - larger central motif raised with a yellow cushion-cut diamond - similar suspended diamonds acting as spacers
An interesting Art Deco diamond tiara, circa featuring multiple panels with internal lattices and laurel leaf motifs. Five large circular diamonds within the main body of the piece and four more above it, with a central pear-shaped diamond