An early 20th century diamond tiara Set throughout with old brilliant, single and rose-cut diamonds, the articulating openwork links, composed of scroll and ribbon motifs with two crescents beneath a central laurel wreath and a marquise-cut diamond plume, detachable from frame with screw and hook fittings, old-brilliant and single-cut diamonds. Image Bonhams. http://www.bonhams.com/auctions/24164/lot/149/
Tiara of Esther, Marquise de Païva Esther Lachmann, known as "La Païva" was One of the most famous courtesans of century Paris. Her home, a neo-renaissance mansion on the Champs Elysées is now a private club which hosts many Franco-American functions.
RUBY AND DIAMOND TIARA, CENTURY. Set with foil backed rubies and circular-cut and rose diamonds, length approximately may be worn as a necklace with a detachable chain, additional brooch fittings, inner circumference of tiara approximately fitted case.
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.
ATTRACTIVE NATURAL PEARL AND DIAMOND NECKLACE/TIARA, CIRCA 1900 Designed as graduated open work garlands of floral and foliate motifs, highlighted with seven pearls measuring from approximately 11.6 to 15.4 mm, millegrain-set with rose, cushion-shaped and circular-cut diamonds
Circa 1835 - Tiara - Floral tiaras are very rare as they are usually broken down into separate sprays and sold as brooches. This tiara is formed of seven floral sprays. It has been worn as a necklace at some time in the past.