The huge belle epouqe diamond tiara, 1903, by Cartier, for the Duchess of Manchester, Helen, nee Zimmerman, an American 'Dollar Princess'. Featuring a series of seven large, heart-shaped double scrolls, twisted at the base, then curling into upright motifs. Within each heart are three circular diamonds, and then topped with a pair of leaves and a larger diamond.
Found in Manchester, wooden blue church gate with decorations, original, signed Fine Art photo giclee print, 8" x 12" (Home Decor). £18.50, via Etsy. @ http://www.etsy.com/listing/76473373/found-in-manchester-wooden-blue-church?ref=sr_gallery_8=_includes=tags_search_query=ornate+blue+doors_search_type
UNUSUAL BOOK BINDING. A 1756 Bible, separated into two equal parts & then been bound side by side. The 2nd part opens back-to-front. The effect is of two separate books, bound fore-edge to fore-edge, on a common lower board, with separate spines. Aug 13 2010 via Chetham's Library, Manchester, England. Oldest surviving public library in Britain.