A Late Victorian Diamond-set Tiara
A late Victorian diamond-set tiara, consisting of seven large floral motifs graduating in size from the centre, alternating with eight smaller motifs of foliate design, the base with a diamond-set line with round and square collets, the tiara is set with two hundred sixty-eight old European-cut diamonds and sixteen rose-cut diamonds, estimated to weigh 28 carats in total, all mounted in silver to yellow gold back, detachable from frame and convertible to necklace or earrings, circa 1890, measuring from the base of the frame to the top approximately 5.8cm, gross weight 95 grams.
This dazzling display of diamonds is the perfect piece to wear if you are looking to add a little bit of history to a special occasion. The elegant late Victorian tiara comprises of seven large floral motifs that graduate in size from the centre, creating a feminine, delicate shape to this beautiful piece of jewellery. Why not wear this spectacular tiara as a timeless diamond necklace or sophisticated earrings, by detaching the frame
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