A delicate belle epoque, circa 1910, by Chaumet. Designed as eight, triple arches of brilliant diamonds rising from a diamond and platinum band, this tiara has been seen gracing the windows of Fred Leighton's shop in New York.
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This art deco tiara formed part of the extensive collection of the Cartier exhibition in Paris 2013-2014. There is a debate as to whether the black background is enamel or blackened steel, which Cartier used in a similar tiara for Queen Marie of Romania. A sinuous wave of diamonds sprouts diamond ivy leaves against a black background, topped by a double row of larger diamonds, surmounted by a diamond bud
Harcourt Emeralds’ - a magnificent emerald and diamond necklace composed of thirteen step-cut emeralds with three-stone diamond links - for £1,870,000. This remarkable necklace was worn at the 1937 coronation of King George VI by the Dowager Viscountess Harcourt.