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AN ART DECO DIAMOND BROOCH, CIRCA 1930. Designed as a pavé-set diamond leaping fish with baguette-cut diamond dorsal fin and triangular-cut diamond mouth, 8.2 cm long.

AN ART DECO DIAMOND BROOCH, CIRCA 1930. Designed as a pavé-set diamond leaping fish with baguette-cut diamond dorsal fin and triangular-cut diamond mouth, 8.2 cm long.

Lookbook Women | SemSem

Lookbook Women | SemSem

A modern Tolkowsky Diamond Tiara with 400 individually set diamonds totaling over 5 carats.

Modern MasterCut diamond tiara set with more than five carats of diamonds with MasterCut stones, and over 400 individual diamonds.

Joséphine Aigrette Impérial diamond and platinum tiara, price on request; Chaumet

Joséphine Aigrette Impérial diamond and platinum tiara, price on request; Chaumet

Kwiat diamond tiara

Kwiat diamond tiara

Royal Asscher Diamond tiara c2011. Created by jewelry designer Reena Ahluwalia for Royal Asscher it is set with Royal Asscher Cut diamonds, as well as pear and round shaped white diamonds, totaling 85 carats. (view 1)

Royal Asscher Diamond tiara Created by jewelry designer Reena Ahluwalia for Royal Asscher it is set with Royal Asscher Cut diamonds, as well as pear and round shaped white diamonds, totaling 85 carats. (see other pin for designer and tiara)

Royal Asscher Diamond tiara c2011. Created by jewelry designer Reena Ahluwalia for Royal Asscher it is set with Royal Asscher Cut diamonds, as well as pear and round shaped white diamonds, totaling 85 carats. (view 1)

Royal Asscher Diamond tiara Created by jewelry designer Reena Ahluwalia for Royal Asscher it is set with Royal Asscher Cut diamonds, as well as pear and round shaped white diamonds, totaling 85 carats. (see other pin for designer and tiara)

One of the most popular tiara designs from the late eighteenth century is the  kokoshnik, a derivative of the headdress of Russian peasant women.  This example is made from platinum and set with brilliant cut diamonds.  It dates from 1911 and bears the signature of Andre Falize, Paris.

Diamond tiara, by André Falize, Paris, Mellerio dits Meller. The tiara is platinum and set with brilliant cut diamonds. It dates from 1911 and bears the signature of Andre Falize, Paris.

A MAGNIFICENT 91.95 CARAT BURMESE ‘ROYAL BLUE’ SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND NECKLACE, BY BOUCHERON. The front set with a cut-cornered rectangular-cut sapphire weighing 91.95 carats, to a series of brilliant and marquise-cut diamond foliate motif swags and brilliant-cut diamond backchain, mounted in platinum.

A MAGNIFICENT 91.95 CARAT BURMESE ‘ROYAL BLUE’ SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND NECKLACE, BY BOUCHERON. The front set with a cut-cornered rectangular-cut sapphire weighing 91.95 carats, to a series of brilliant and marquise-cut diamond foliate motif swags and brilliant-cut diamond backchain, mounted in platinum.

A MAGNIFICENT 91.95 CARAT BURMESE ‘ROYAL BLUE’ SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND NECKLACE, BY BOUCHERON. The front set with a cut-cornered rectangular-cut sapphire weighing 91.95 carats, to a series of brilliant and marquise-cut diamond foliate motif swags and brilliant-cut diamond backchain, mounted in platinum.

A MAGNIFICENT 91.95 CARAT BURMESE ‘ROYAL BLUE’ SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND NECKLACE, BY BOUCHERON. The front set with a cut-cornered rectangular-cut sapphire weighing 91.95 carats, to a series of brilliant and marquise-cut diamond foliate motif swags and brilliant-cut diamond backchain, mounted in platinum.

Slightly ater in 1889, Boucheron produced this diamond ruby and pearl coronet

Slightly ater in Boucheron produced this diamond ruby and pearl coronet

Archive photograph of a diamond necklace Varvara Kelch bought from Boucheron at the turn of the 20th century. After she died, her jewellery was never seen again.

Archive photograph of a diamond necklace Varvara Kelch bought from Boucheron at the turn of the century.

Archive photograph of a diamond necklace Varvara Kelch bought from Boucheron at the turn of the 20th century. After she died, her jewellery was never seen again.

Archive photograph of a diamond necklace Varvara Kelch bought from Boucheron at the turn of the century.