AN ART DECO DIAMOND TIARA/NECKLACE Of openwork design, the central detachable geometric panel set with old-cut diamonds and nine paste baguettes to the graduated diamond scroll and collet sides, tiara fittings deficient, fittings to wear tiara as a necklace and central panel as a brooch, circa 1935, 27.2 cm. inner circumference, in fitted case stamped J. Chaumet Jewels 22 Bruton Street, London, Paris, New York
Queen Victoria's Golden Jubilee necklace. In 1887, the 'Women of the British Empire' each gave between a penny and a pound to provide a celebratory memorial for the Queen's fifty years on the throne. Part of the money raised was spent on this diamond necklace, which incorporates a royal crown and was presented to Queen Victoria on 24 June 1887.
AN ANTIQUE DIAMOND TIARA/NECKLACE, The central old-cut diamond fan-shaped scrolling panel to the graduated knife-edge collets with fleur-de-lys spacers, mounted in silver and gold, detaches to form a brooch, with comb fitting, circa 1870, 41.5 cm. inner circumference
Queen of diamonds: Together for the first time, the royal gems all cut from one legendary stone
Dazzling collection: The Coronation necklace and earrings, worn by the Queen on her Coronation in 1953, These gems were not cut from the Cullinan diamond that makes up most of the crown jewels, but will be among those displayed at Buckingham Palace this summer
A VICTORIAN DIAMOND TIARA/NECKLACE Designed as a series of graduated old-cut diamond fleur-de-lys motifs to the knife-edge bars and diamond collet frame, mounted in silver and gold, with later backchain, circa 1890, 12.3 cm wide, in original brown leather fitted case by Rood & Co Ltd, London