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
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Art Deco Platinum, Aquamarine and Diamond Pendant, set with a step-cut aquamarine measuring approx. 23.20 x 16.55 x 10.10 mm, framed by eight baguette, four bullet, one triangular, fifty-eight full, and twelve single-cut diamonds, approx. total diamond wt. 2.95 cts., open gallery.
The Taylor-Burton Diamond, 1969 Her most famous gem was a 69.42-carat pear-shaped diamond that Burton purchased at auction for over $1 million. It was originally set in a ring. "But even for me it was too big," Taylor said. "So we had Cartier design a necklace." She wore the new design to the Academy Awards in 1970.