A 19th century diamond-set tiara, consisting of seven openwork scroll-design diamond-set links graduating in size from the centre, each link with a single old European-cut diamond top, the central diamond estimated to weigh 1¾ carats and assessed mounted as with six knife-edge bars embellished with diamonds set in-between, terminating to scroll-design finial on each side, the diamonds estimated to weigh approximately a combined total of 50 carats, all mounted in silver to gold back, attached to a base metal frame with screw fittings and accompanied by diamond-set back section to convert as a necklace, circa 1890, accompanied by case of Settepassi, Florence, measuring 15 x 6.5cm, gross weight 108.7 grams.
A regal tiara featuring romantic and scintillating diamonds, all amounting to an impressive 50 carats in total. This beautiful tiara serves as the pinnacle of fine Victorian jewellery, embodying the extravagence and oppulance of the period. Tiaras were extremely popular in the Victorian era, and were used as a glamorous expression of status and wealth. When removed from the frame, this gorgeous tiara transforms into a striking necklace which is both elegant and bold, and would look perfect with an evening gown for a special occassion. This tiara would be the perfect gift for a bride-to-be on her wedding day, and can be passed down for generations to come.
A 19th century diamond-set tiara, consisting of seven openwork scroll-design diamond-set links graduating in size from the centre, each link with a single old European-cut diamond top, the central diamond estimated to weigh 1¾ carats and assessed mounted as with ...
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