A classical-looking diamond tiara with a large diamond feather aigrette, which is detachable, coming out of the center. This is in stark contrast to natural feathers, which were very popular to wear in the hair during the
Art nouveau diamond, natural pearls, emeralds, and enamel large old cut diamonds weighing approximately 8 carats and smaller old cut and rose cut diamonds and pearls. 6 flower shapes decorated with enamel surrounded by leaves from emeralds.
DIAMOND NECKLACE/TIARA Designed as graduated geometric open work plaques set with brilliant-, circular-cut and baguette diamonds, the jewel can be detached into nine parts and worn also as a pair of earrings and two dress clips, accompanied by fittings in
A LATE 19TH CENTURY DIAMOND TIARA NECKLACE. Composed of a series of five graduated openwork shell design panels, each with an old-cut diamond collet centre to a radiating diamond line surround, with similarly-set stylised fleur-de-lys motif spacers, raised on a diamond line, mounted in silver and gold, circa 1880, with gold mesh backchain and brooch fitting, original fitted case, two diamonds deficient.