The Dagmar Necklace, 1863 Given by King Frederick VII of Denmark to Princess Alexandra on her marriage to the Prince of Wales (the future King Edward VII) in 1863. It is set with 118 pearls and 2,000 diamonds. The gold and enamel cross is a replica of the twelfth-century Dagmar Cross
A late art deco sapphire, diamond and platinum brooch the double fan-shaped brooch centering a European-cut diamond, accented by calibré-cut sapphires and transitional round brilliant-cut diamonds; estimated total diamond weight: 4.00 carats.
Tiara in three pieces in the form of branches of oak-leaves and acorns. ca. 1855. England. Silver and gold, open-back, set with diamonds and convertible to a brooch or to use as comb-mounts. In the original case labelled Hunt & Roskell. In the case are two tortoise-shell combs and gold frames for the tiara and brooch. The jewelled elements are interchangeable between the combs, the brooch-frame and the tiara. The lid of the case is stamped with a Viscount's coronet and the initials 'MP'.