Art Deco Convertible Diamond Tiara in Platinum, Cased by Garrard
A phenomenal Art Deco convertible diamond tiara in platinum, circa 1930, cased by and attributed to Garrard of London. This beautiful tiara can be effortlessly transformed into a dress clip brooch, a pair of clip earrings, a bracelet, and even a cocktail choker necklace, proving to be an illustrative example of the versatility of the Art Deco structural yet ingenious designs.
This masterpiece is rubover-set, grain-set and pave-set throughout with 312 Old European brilliant-cut, Transitional brilliant-cut and single-cut diamonds, to an openwork geometric design which boasts elegance and glamour and is sure to claim all the attention in the room.
The central piece, which can be worn independently as a brooch, is designed as a stylized diamond-set giardinetto. It is flanked to each side by detachable ear clips of a coiled floral spray design, flowing through to a diamond-set tapering section of floral motifs. This main structure is further accented with a single row of diamond-set floral motifs.
Diamonds approximately 16 carats in total (estimated), F-H colour (assessed), VS-SI clarity (assessed).
This tiara is attributed to Garrard of London, having been retailed by them between 1953 to 1964. The House of Garrard is the longest serving jeweller in the world, its origins dating back to 1735. Since then, Garrard has served royal families, celebrities and the most exclusive clientele in the world. Their tiaras are today part of the most important private collections in the world, including the British royal family.
Art Deco (1925-1939)
Main Stone Cut
Old European, Single, Transiti
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