An Exquisite Late Victorian Diamond Tiara circa 1890

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A late Victorian diamond tiara circa 1890
A late Victorian diamond tiara circa 1890

 

A late Victorian diamond tiara, the tiara comprising nine graduated diamond-set fleur de lys motifs with old brilliant-cut diamond tops, alternating with graduating diamond set leaf motifs with diamond trefoils to bottom, all to a gold frame with diamond set scalloped knife edge necklet back, diamonds estimated to weigh a total of 15 carats, set in silver to a yellow gold mount, with hidden side snap clasp, gross weight 65.6 grams, circa 1890.




Available here through Bentley & Skinner No. 28341M £45,000.00




A late Victorian diamond tiara, the tiara comprising nine graduated diamond-set fleur de lys motifs with old brilliant-cut diamond tops, alternating with graduating diamond set leaf motifs with diamond trefoils to bottom, all to a gold frame with diamond set scalloped knife edge necklet back, diamonds estimated to weigh a total of 15 carats, set in silver to a yellow gold mount, with hidden side snap clasp, gross weight 65.6 grams, circa 1890.
A late Victorian diamond tiara, the tiara comprising nine graduated diamond-set fleur de lys motifs with old brilliant-cut diamond tops, alternating with graduating diamond set leaf motifs with diamond trefoils to bottom, all to a gold frame with diamond set scalloped knife edge necklet back, diamonds estimated to weigh a total of 15 carats, set in silver to a yellow gold mount, with hidden side snap clasp, gross weight 65.6 grams, circa 1890.





A late Victorian diamond tiara, the tiara comprising nine graduated diamond-set fleur de lys motifs with old brilliant-cut diamond tops, alternating with graduating diamond set leaf motifs with diamond trefoils to bottom, all to a gold frame with diamond set scalloped knife edge necklet back, diamonds estimated to weigh a total of 15 carats, set in silver to a yellow gold mount, with hidden side snap clasp, gross weight 65.6 grams, circa 1890.