Tiara of rock crystal panels engraved with arabesques by Cartier in February 1912 for Baron Pierre de Gunsburg. The panels are mounted in platinum and decorated with three motifs of rose- and brilliant-cut diamonds, surmounted by a line of graduated old-cut diamonds in mille grain settings. The base is defined with a line of rose-cut diamonds in a similar setting. The photoshopped image seen around Pinterest with added pearls is fake -a tiara this lovely doesn't need fake pearls.
Cypro-Archaic Pendant/Bead; 700-500 BCE; Kourion, Cyprus Cylindrical agate bead or pendant mounted in gold for suspension, likely part of a necklace; cylindrical stone is pierced longitudinally for stringing; at each end is a gold cap made of hammered sheet gold, decorated with plain and beaded wire and rows of triangles formed with fine granulation, all soldered onto the sheet gold; the piercing holes are defined with rings of wire. Medium: gold, agate, soldered, hammered, filigree