A late Victorian diamond-set tiaraA late Victorian diamond-set tiaraA late Victorian diamond-set tiara

A late Victorian diamond-set tiara

A late Victorian diamond-set tiara, the fringe graduated from the centre formed by twenty-five bars, twenty-three of them with a trefoil motif encrusted with rose and old-cut diamonds, terminating to a single old-cut diamond in cut-down collet, the two terminal bars each set with two diamonds in cut-down collets, the bottom set with forty-nine old and two rose-cut diamonds in the form of a line, the diamonds estimated to weigh a total of 11.5 carats, all set in silver to yellow gold back, to nickel-sliver tiara frame, accompanied by a diamond-set back extension to be worn as a necklace, the twenty old-cut diamonds estimated to weigh a further 2 carats in total, and a pair of matching earrings, set with eight old-cut diamonds estimated to weigh 1.9 carats in total, circa 1900, gross weight 35.1 grams,

No. 32877M

£47,500.00