Diamond tiara/necklace/bracelet c. 1935 | Tiara designed as a highly articulated garland with meandering baguette-cut diamond stems issuing brilliant, baguette and single-cut diamond leaves and buds and a series of trumpet-shaped flowers, culminating at the centre with a full bloom mounted en tremblant, surmounted by a pear-shaped diamond weighing 2.21 carats; remaining diamonds approximately 36.60 carats total. | Manoah Rhodes & Sons Ltd, Diamond Merchants, Bradford | Sold for £97,250
A magnificent mid-19th century diamond tiara / necklace | Composed of a series of interlocking old-cut diamond-set graduated loops, each with a pear and cushion shaped diamond three stone centre, mounted in silver and gold, circa 1860
Diamond Tiara, c. 1905 | Designed as a series of seven graduated circles millegrain-set with rose stones, each inset with a rose and circular-cut diamond wreath, to a cushion-shaped diamond center set in cut-down collets, further decorated by foliate motifs similarly-set, the detachable circular elements can be worn as brooches, fittings deficient; the cushion-shaped diamond collets unscrew and fit a necklace front mount.
Diamond, ruby and pearl necklace/tiara combination with 11 carats of diamonds accented by natural rubies and pearls in platinum. This jewel is made at the turn of the Edwardian and Art Deco period and shows influences from both periodes.