The Fife Tiara first belonged to Princess Louise of Wales, the oldest daughter of King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra. When she married the Earl of Fife in 1889, she received quite a waterfall of sparkling presents; this stunning tiara with pear-shaped diamonds hanging freely in a diamond framework, topped with more pear-shaped diamonds alternating with round diamonds, was among them. It is thought to be the work of Parisian jeweler Oscar Massin.
The Macclesfield diamond jewels. Comprising a tiara with five detachable flowerhead cluster brooches, a riviere necklace, a stomacher brooch and a bracelet with two interchangeable cluster central panels. The tiara designe as a tapering row of old cushion-cut diamonds surmounted by a graduated series of fleur-de-lys motifs with garland and foliate intersections to a central pear shaped diamnd collet, with five detachable pave-set naturalistic flowerhead clusters. ca. 1850
Princess Marie Bonaparte, now Princess George of Greece. Cartier c1907. Fresh fruit on a branch of olive with a large diamond drop in the center symbolizing bountiful blessings. This tiara can be work with or without the center diamond. Pin without the center drop in Tiaras I. (Albion Art Collection)
Cartier's Royal Pearl Tiara / Necklace / Pendant | Boasts an illustrious provenance, the pearl having been the property of Queen Mary, wife of King George V. Cartier has incorporated the pearl as the centerpiece of a grand diamond necklace that can be also be worn as a tiara, or the pearl can be worn as a pendant. It's completed with a pair of earrings.
Marie Antoinette's Pear Diamonds. These diamond earrings once supposedly belonged to Marie Antoinette. The earrings were later acquired by the Grand Duchess Tatiana Yousupoff. Their authenticity was attested to in an affidavit by Russian Princess Zenaide Yousupoff and her son, Prince Felix Yousupoff, stating that they originally belonged to Queen Marie-Antoinette and had never been reset in the one hundred years that they were in the family.