Diamond Tiara / Necklace / Brooch, 1930s | 卡地亞 | 鑽石項鏈 / 冠冕, 1930年代
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Cartier | Diamond Tiara / Necklace / Brooch, 1930s
卡地亞 | 鑽石項鏈 / 冠冕 / 胸針, 1930年代
The central openwork panel between a graduated series of palmette and arrow-head motifs, set throughout with circular-cut and cushion-shaped diamonds, length approximately 430mm, signed Cartier, accompanied by tiara fitting, screwdriver and brooch fitting, inner circumference of the tiara approximately 450mm, expandable, central panel detachable and can be worn as a brooch, fitted case stamped Cartier.
Central element signed Cartier London. Diamonds estimated to weigh a total of approximately 28-38 carats, on average H-J colour with few K, SI clarity with few I, as gauged and graded in the mount. Links are well articulated, necklace well fitted to tiara frame, easily attachable. Tiara frame inscribed White Gold. Central/brooch element with some small areas of solder around fitting for brooch. Brooch fitting and screwdriver contained in compartment within the case, fitted case stamped Cartier London. Overall in very good condition.
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