18 KARAT GOLD, PLATINUM, AND DIAMOND TIARA OR NECKLACE, DAVID WEBB. The bib-style necklace designed as a meandering flowering vine, decorated with stylized acorns, set with numerous round diamonds weighing approx 24.50 carats, signed Webb; with two detachable links; also accompanied by three additional links, signed Webb; circa 1973.
A late Victorian diamond tiara, circa 1880, designed as a series of five graduating flowerhead clusters, each set to the centre with a principal old brilliant-cut diamond, within an old brilliant-cut diamond radiating petal surround with similarly set diamond stamen and highlights, diamonds approximately 10.00 carats total, each cluster detaches to form a brooch, with hinged pendant loop
The Kochli Sapphire Tiara~ Kochli (also spelled Koechli, Koechly, etc.) was one of the court jewelers to the imperial court in Russia, and was the jeweler called upon by Alexander III and his wife Marie Feodorovna in 1894 for a new sapphire and diamond parure. This design was selected and the set was given to Princess Alix of Hesse (1872-1918), who married their son Nicholas II the same year.