Victorian En Tremblant Diamond TiaraSKU: 7061766
An extremely intricate Victorian old cut diamond tiara set in silver and gold, circa 1860-1870.
This beautifully handcrafted tiara predominantly features a floral spray, centrally set with a en tremblant flower. “En tremblant” is a French term – meaning “to tremble”. It was first used to describe 18th and 19th-century jewellery where parts of the diamond set pieces were attached to a trembler to create movement in the jewel when worn. This tiara is a perfect example of this technique!
The remaining spray aspect is grain set with old mine and old rose cut diamonds, and the central flower motif trembles elegantly with the wearers head.
The tiara has been assessed by our inhouse gemmologist; there is 170 rose cut diamonds and 25 old mine cut diamonds set within the piece which totals to 4.97 carats. These diamonds, typical of the era, range H-I in colour, with SI clarity.
The piece is accompanied by our own Susannah Lovis bespoke fitted box. A valuation for insurance and authenticity with also be provided.
Valuation and gift wrapping: We are delighted to provide a valuation certificate containing a detailed description and photograph of the item. If you order online the item will arrive presented in a gorgeous red box which is luxuriously lined in black or cream velvet. We are happy to gift wrap them if required and can include a gift card. They are then packaged in an outer gold box with ribbon.
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