Tiara Tuesday - The Oak Leaf Tiara Tiara of oak leaves, acorns and hollow acorn cups set with blilliant and rose-cut diamonds. Commissioned from Garrard by the Duke of Norfolk to give to his bride, Gwendolyn Constable Maxwell, on their marriage in
A late Century Sapphire and Diamond Tiara/Necklace. Old-cut diamond-set graduated foliate motifs with single stone bud accents, raised on a scrolling diamond border with sapphire highlights mounted in silver and gold. To be auctioned at Christie's in June
A diamond belle epoque tiara necklace combination, circa This features ornate diamond open-work foliate scrolls, with two graduating clusters of diamonds supporting the third central panel. All rising from a band of old-cut diamonds.
Garnet, Pearl and DIamond Kokoshnik Tiara created in the by Dragsted, jewellers to the Danish Royal family at the behest of Prince Viggo, Count of Rosenborg as a present for his wife, Princess Eleanor. The top row of diamonds detaches to form a necklace.
Victorian pearl and diamond tiara, the three stylised fleur-de-lys motifs set with a single pearl surrounded by old brilliant-cut and rose-cut diamonds, each motif surmounted by three pearls and a single diamond, with a pearl and diamond set scroll motif
Diamond and pearl tiara, Arch-shaped tiara set with seven pearls and approximately two hundred round diamonds, weighing about 9 carats, and about four husband twenty-five rose diamonds. From 'English and French period furniture'
Queen Marie Amelie's Sapphire, Diamond & Pearl Tiara, France made by Bapst).
Helena Montagu, Duchess of Manchester (born Helena Zimmerman; later Lady Kintore) wears the Manchester Tiara, made by Cartier in 1903, for the coronation of King George V of the United Kingdom in 1911; the tiara is now on permanent display at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London