An Antique Moonstone Tiara, circa 1900 The ribbon wrapped bandeau frame decorated with a row of round moonstones, supporting a fringe design composed of a graduated series of oval moonstone cabochons, mounted in 10k gold.
Wreath Tiara c1815 | enameled gold, diamonds, pearls and a paste cameo. Hinged sections to make it easy to wear. The Greeks and Romans wore wreaths of gold but with the spread of christianity and the waning of the Roman Empire wreaths disappeared and did not become fashionable again until the late 18th century in Europe. - via Starry Diadem
Jewels from the first Empire, composed of: 1 necklace, 1 great necklace, 1 tiara, 1 brooch, 1 pendant, 4 cameo pins and 2 palmette pins. The initial and the crown are probably the emblems of Augusta Amélie, wife of Prince Eugene de Beauharnais, viceroy of Italy. Trapezoid casket made of red morocco Malachite jewels adorned with pearls L. 44,5 cm Paris, Fondation Napoléon
This gold and turquoise tiara and necklace, c.1825, illustrates the stylistic transition of the 1820s, incorporating the palmettes and meanders that had remained in vogue after the French Empire, enmeshed 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/
Grand-Duchess Anastasia's Sapphire Necklace Tiara, The first thing to know is that this sapphire and diamond tiara was originally a necklace, which story started in 1879, when grand-duchess Anastasia Mikhailovna of Russia married grand-duke Friedrich Franz III of Mecklenburg-Schwerin. The necklace came into the Danish royal family when it was left to her elder daughter, Queen Alexandrine, spouse of King Christian X of Denmark.
High resolution image of the RAINBOW TIARA by Solange Azagury-Partridge. An open work tiara set with an oval black Opal surrounded by tiers of Diamonds and precious stones in blackened 18ct white gold.