"The Most Valuable Tiaras In The World" (quote) Tiaras from top to bottom: Cartied Manchester TIara c. 1903 Photo courtesy of Victoria & Albert Museum Collection, The diadem was loaned by the Spanish royal family for an exhibition and a full diamond circl
Openwork silver frame lined with gold and set transparent with diamonds; narrow band edged with pearls, surmounted by four crosses-pattée, the front cross set with a pale yellow brilliant, and four sprays representing the national emblems of the UK
The Poltimore tiara, made by Garrards for Florence, Lady Poltimore,wife of the second Baron Poltimore, in 1870 was worn by Princess Margaret on her wedding day. The tiara was sold after princess Margaret's death for about 2 million dollars.
The Cameo tiara The Empress Josephine's Cameo Tiara (Sweden) is a gift from Napoleon to Empress Josephine of France. This bridal crown features plenty of pearls and seven cameos which describe mythological figures such as Cupid and Psyche.
Designed as a series of graduated diamond-set scrolls, each suspending pear-shaped diamond flexible pendants, centering upon a lozenge-shaped diamond, inner diameter cm, in red leather fitted Cartier case Signed Cartier London
The 1932 Collection Chanel’s Plume Enchantée ring in white gold set with 36 brilliant-cut diamonds, one pear-cut diamond, four pear-cut pink sapphires, one brilliant-cut pink sapphire and 10 fancy-cut pink sapphires.