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
Louis Aucoc 1901-02 'Art Nou-veau' Brooch-Pendant Necklace: gold, platinum, enamel, diamond. pearl. Designed as lotus flowers & leaves applied w/green enamel, accented by small rose-cut diamonds, supporting a pearl pendant, together w/a gold link necklace, 19" long, maker's mark for Aucoc, FR assay marks
An interesting Art Deco diamond tiara, circa 1920, featuring multiple panels with internal lattices and laurel leaf motifs. Five large circular diamonds within the main body of the piece and four more above it, with a central pear-shaped diamond
DIAMOND TIARA, LATE 19TH CENTURY, Designed as a foliate spray set with circular-cut and rose diamonds, the three flowers set en tremblent, fitted case, accompanied by three tiara frames, five hair pin fittings, four brooch pins and five original drawings depicting the various combinations for the jewels to be worn as a tiara, necklace, aigrette, brooches and corsage ornament, six small rose diamonds deficient.
A closer look at the art deco 'halo' tiara worn by Rose Greville, Countess of Warwick, nee Bingham. Designed as a series of eleven diamond floral motifs, each with a large circular diamond at its centre. Image courtesy of Royal Magazin, Ursula's brilliant site.
A diamond tiara, circa 1840 Designed as an articulated wreath of highly stylised blooms amongst meandering foliate motifs, set throughout with cushion-shaped, pear-shaped and old brilliant-cut diamonds, mounted in silver and gold, diamonds approximately 50.00 carats total, seven smaller diamonds deficient, detachable from frame and may be worn as a necklace, centrepiece may be detached and worn as a brooch
AN ART DECO DIAMOND NECKLACE The old European-cut diamond line, centering upon an openwork old European, marquise and baguette-cut diamond plaque, mounted in platinum, (may be worn as two bracelets, each 7 ins., central plaque with concealed pendant hoop), circa 1920, necklace 14 ins.