Edwardian Diamond Platinum Lattice Tiara, Circa 1905
An antique diamond tiara, set with old-cut diamonds, with a two row diamond cluster, with a suspended diamond in the centre and a suspended pear shape diamond above, flanked by lattice work, with diamonds set at the intersections, in millegrain edged settings, with diamond set trefoils along the bottom frame and clover leaves along the top edge, in grain settings, mounted in platinum, circa 1905. Set with approximately 12.55ct of diamonds, in our opinion the colour is H to J, our opinion of the clarity is VS to SI. Our opinion of the colour of the centre diamond is G an our opinion of the clarity is VS2. The pear shape diamond, weighs an estimated 0.55ct, our opinion of the colour is G to H and the clarity is SI.
- Circa 1905
- Approximately: width 145mm, front to back 140mm, height 32mm
- Very good
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