A Hellenistic gold oak wreath, Circa 4th-3rd Century B.C. A delicate wreath made of fine gold oak leaves with acorns, of the type worn by Alexander the Great's father, Philip II of Macedon.
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Défilé Elie Saab Automne-hiver 2015-2016
Ci-contre, diadème asymétrique au motif d’épis de blé balayés par le vent, dans le goût de l’impératrice Joséphine, or, argent et diamants, attribué à Nitot, circa 1810, Collection Chaumet Paris.
Queens Crown with K | Joyaux de la Couronne britannique
Its called the Fleur de Lis Tiara and was a wedding gift to Victoria Eugenia of Spain from her husband, Alfonso XIII in 1906. It was favourite of Ena, and she took it into exile with her, later loaning it out. Her son and daughter held it after the Queen's death, and gave it to the current Queen Sofia after the Spanish Restoration. The current Queen wears it frequently to State Events, when warranted.
Parure di Giuseppina
Farah Dibah tiara of the Iranian imperial family. Van Cleef and Arpels, 1967. Set with solitary rubies, emeralds, diamonds and pearls.
This gold and turquoise tiara and necklace, ca.1825, illustrates the stylistic transition of the 1820s, incorporating the palmettes and meanders that had remained in vogue after the French Empire, meshed with vine branches that announced the naturalism of the Romantic style. http://www.adorn-london.com/jewelry-inspiration/a-walk-through-chaumets-historical-jewels/ http://preziosamagazine.com/chaumet-un-ponte-tra-passato-presente-e-futuro/