On the left: Cartier garland style diamond tiara, with detachable pear shaped diamonds within wreathes of laurel suspended from lover's knots. Cartier, London, 1909. On the right: Diamond diadem, made by Lavabre for Cartier Paris as a special order, c1911. Diamonds in open-back millegrain platinum setting. A running scroll with garlands and stylised buds, framed by double row of diamonds. On display at the "Cartier Le Style et l'Histoire" exposition Grand Palais, Paris (Dec 2013 - Feb2014).
Bandeau tiara made with gold diamonds and pink round cuts, beads and batons, stones and tortoiseshell with black enamel, made by Cartier in 1922. The tiara is among the many jewels on display in “Cartier: Style and History” at the Grand Palais in Paris from December 4 through February 16, 2014.