The Teck Turquoise Tiara was made around 1850 and is composed of diamonds and turquoise stones set in a central sunburst motif surrounded by rococo scrolls. Queen Mary received this gem and its accompanying parure as a wedding gift from her parents. She gave the (by then altered) parure to her daughter-in-law Alice, the Duchess of Gloucester, as a wedding gift in 1935.
Diamond tiara, by Chaumet, circa 1899. #Chaumet #Antique #tiara - Don't be tricked when buying fine jewelry! Follow the vital rules at http://jewelrytipsnow.com/a-simple-guide-to-purchasing-fine-jewelry/
Parasol, 1900–1905. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum, 2009; Gift of Ellen Thomas, 1961 (2009.300.3220)
Rare steel and diamond tiara, Cartier, circa 1912. Of scallop design, the curved blackened steel band bordered at the top with two rows of circular-cut diamonds, the bottom decorated with a line of similarly cut stones and palmette motifs set with circular- and single-cut diamonds, both ends of scroll design similarly set, inner circumference approximately 400mm, signed Cartier, French assay and maker's marks.