Girls 3 Piece Princess Set. If you're dressing like a princess for Halloween this year then you'll love royalty worthy accessories! Purchase the Girl's 3 Piece Princess Set and be the most stunning princess at the costume party. This three piece set includes everything you need to transform into an elegant princess. It has a pair of light pink and dark pink open toed sandals, silver jeweled star shaped earrings with faux pink gems, and a decorative silver tiara with mini jewels and a…
A gorgeous diamond tiara, 1905, by Boucheron. Featuring the layered-look of the original Harcourt tiara, not the current one, with flower heads and leaf clusters in two of the layers. An upper undulating layer, topped with fifteen large pear-shaped diamonds
@fd_gallery. During the revival of Russian national culture in the early 19th century under Nicolas I, diadem-shaped tiaras became part of the official court dress for royalty and for ladies-in-waiting.
Stephanie wore a Lannoy family tiara, made of platinum and diamonds with a large inverted pear shape diamond in the high center. It was made by Althenloh of Brussels and was worn by Stéphanie’s sisters and sisters-in-law at their weddings.
Rare and impressive natural pearl and diamond tiara, Chaumet, 1920. Designed as a graduated series of foliate scrolls set with rose, single- and circular-cut and cushion-shaped diamonds, highlighted in the centre with a large baroque button-shaped natural pearl and two button-shaped natural pearls. Created in 1920 for the marriage of Prince Alexandre Murat to Yvonne Gillois.
and the newly acquired, more complete image, without the crease. Once belonging to Princess Pauline Borghese, with seven oval-shaped diamond clusters as flower-heads amid a profusion of foliate scrolls.
a gorgeous diamond kokoshnic-shaped tiara, 1910, with three highly stylised palmette motifs within the main boyd of the piece; with large folate spacers. This tiara was auctioned via Sotheby's on 22 Feburary 1997
At long last a good clear photo of the art deco tiara once owned by Princess Alice, Countess of Athlone. Featuring thirteen diamond motifs, which look to be somewhere between a stylised palmette and an anthemion in shape, with diamond bands top and bottom; hanging from the top band are a series of yellow diamonds, and the top band is raised to accommodate the large central motif. Image courtesy of jlf.