A Belle Époque diamond tiara, to the centre three diamond-set clusters with diamond-set foliate decorations and one large diamond-set cluster on each side, all within a waved frame of rose-cut diamonds in fine millegrain setting, the top with a line of old-cut diamonds graduating from the centre, the European, old mine and rose-cut diamonds estimated to weigh 50 carats in total, all set to platinum mount, bearing later French marks, circa 1910, measuring approximately 5.6cm from the base of the frame to the top, weighing 97.3 grams.
A stunning tiara featuring a beautiful foliate design throughout. Edwardian jewellery is known for the use of platinum to create delicate patterns set with diamonds. The use of this material revolutionised the jewellery world, and pieces became dainty, detailed and more feminine. This tiara perfectly exemplifies this, with its fluid frame and exquisite design. The diamonds sparkle beautifully, and the old cut diamonds at the top only serve to compliment the flora beneath. This tiara undoubtedly reflects the refined tastes of high society, and indeed, of the glamorous era in which it was made. This tiara would be perfect paired with an evening gown, or even for a bride on her wedding day.
A Belle Époque diamond tiara, to the centre three diamond-set clusters with diamond-set foliate decorations and one large diamond-set cluster on each side, all within a waved frame of rose-cut diamonds in fine millegrain setting, the top with a line ...
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