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« Reply #4470 on: January 08, 2020, 05:51:55 AM »

Wow, just beautiful and wonder where it is today.....
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« Reply #4471 on: January 08, 2020, 06:00:58 AM »

I was lucky enough to see the Cartier exhibition when it came to Australia in 2018 and the tiaras were amazing... I bought the "guide book" it is huge and the photos provide a happy memory
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« Reply #4472 on: January 14, 2020, 05:02:24 PM »

Duchess of Cornwall's Family tiara, The Cubitt Tiara:

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« Reply #4473 on: January 14, 2020, 05:03:57 PM »

I like it! It's very pretty.
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« Reply #4474 on: January 14, 2020, 05:11:04 PM »

Here's the OSS article for it...

http://orderofsplendor.bl...y-cubitt-shand-tiara.html

And the Court Jeweller entry...

http://www.thecourtjewell.../02/the-cubitt-tiara.html
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« Reply #4475 on: January 14, 2020, 11:19:21 PM »

It has a fair amount of carats, but I find the design to be less than inspired. And that spike in the middle is a bit awkward. It looks like it comes apart in the three pieces and the right side is not matching to the left. I like symmetry in a tiara.
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« Reply #4476 on: January 14, 2020, 11:30:31 PM »

It has a fair amount of carats, but I find the design to be less than inspired. And that spike in the middle is a bit awkward. It looks like it comes apart in the three pieces and the right side is not matching to the left. I like symmetry in a tiara.

It would be nice to have a picture of the tiara off head, so to speak. It has a tendency to get a bit lost in the hair, or in the case of Camilla's first wedding, the veil. Plus there's really not a good full on shot of it.

I hope it really isn't asymmetrical.  Nerves
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« Reply #4477 on: January 21, 2020, 10:48:09 PM »

Cornelia Countess Craven Tiara     
http://www.pinterest.com/pin/569705421588911548
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« Reply #4478 on: January 21, 2020, 11:07:15 PM »

Love that one. It reminds me a bit of the Girls of Great Britain tiara.
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« Reply #4479 on: January 22, 2020, 10:00:58 PM »

VISCOUNTESS CHURCHILL ART DECO DIAMOND TIARA BY HENNELL



This Art Deco diamond tiara by Hennell can be converted into necklace/brooch/two bracelet and pair of ear-clips
With estimated price at £40,000-60,000. The tiara dated circa 1930 belonged to Viscountess Churchill (1895-1972), the second wife of the 1st Viscount Churchill. It was worn by Viscountess Churchill at the 1937 coronation.

Viscountess Churchill, born Christine McRae Sinclair,  married Victor Albert Spencer the 1st Viscount Churchill in 1927, as his second wife. The Viscount was a distinguished courtier whose career spanned the late Victorian and Edwardian eras and was a second cousin of Sir Winston Churchill.

Pictures of converted form of the tiara can be found in this source link
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« Reply #4480 on: January 23, 2020, 03:39:41 AM »

VISCOUNTESS CHURCHILL ART DECO DIAMOND TIARA BY HENNELL



This Art Deco diamond tiara by Hennell can be converted into necklace/brooch/two bracelet and pair of ear-clips
With estimated price at £40,000-60,000. The tiara dated circa 1930 belonged to Viscountess Churchill (1895-1972), the second wife of the 1st Viscount Churchill. It was worn by Viscountess Churchill at the 1937 coronation.

Viscountess Churchill, born Christine McRae Sinclair,  married Victor Albert Spencer the 1st Viscount Churchill in 1927, as his second wife. The Viscount was a distinguished courtier whose career spanned the late Victorian and Edwardian eras and was a second cousin of Sir Winston Churchill.

Pictures of converted form of the tiara can be found in this source link

Thatís beautiful!  Star
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« Reply #4481 on: January 23, 2020, 02:07:20 PM »

VISCOUNTESS CHURCHILL ART DECO DIAMOND TIARA BY HENNELL



This Art Deco diamond tiara by Hennell can be converted into necklace/brooch/two bracelet and pair of ear-clips
With estimated price at £40,000-60,000. The tiara dated circa 1930 belonged to Viscountess Churchill (1895-1972), the second wife of the 1st Viscount Churchill. It was worn by Viscountess Churchill at the 1937 coronation.

Viscountess Churchill, born Christine McRae Sinclair,  married Victor Albert Spencer the 1st Viscount Churchill in 1927, as his second wife. The Viscount was a distinguished courtier whose career spanned the late Victorian and Edwardian eras and was a second cousin of Sir Winston Churchill.

Pictures of converted form of the tiara can be found in this source link

Thatís beautiful!  Star

It is beautiful! What an interesting piece. I love art deco jewelry and this tiara is really something.
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« Reply #4482 on: January 26, 2020, 06:39:15 AM »

VISCOUNTESS CHURCHILL ART DECO DIAMOND TIARA BY HENNELL



This Art Deco diamond tiara by Hennell can be converted into necklace/brooch/two bracelet and pair of ear-clips
With estimated price at £40,000-60,000. The tiara dated circa 1930 belonged to Viscountess Churchill (1895-1972), the second wife of the 1st Viscount Churchill. It was worn by Viscountess Churchill at the 1937 coronation.

Viscountess Churchill, born Christine McRae Sinclair,  married Victor Albert Spencer the 1st Viscount Churchill in 1927, as his second wife. The Viscount was a distinguished courtier whose career spanned the late Victorian and Edwardian eras and was a second cousin of Sir Winston Churchill.

Pictures of converted form of the tiara can be found in this source link

Thatís beautiful!  Star

It is beautiful! What an interesting piece. I love art deco jewelry and this tiara is really something.

I find this a bit clunky and poorly executed. It looks hastily put together.
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« Reply #4483 on: January 26, 2020, 11:27:34 PM »

I think it's beautiful. I am a big Edwardian/Art Deco/Art Nouveau fan. You can see that it breaks down to a brooch/pendant and either a pair of bracelets of a choker (hard to tell the length). King Canut, welcome. I always enjoyed your posts on Big Sugar Board. Welcome to freedom of opinion!
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« Reply #4484 on: February 01, 2020, 04:46:50 PM »

Is this a photoshop? I don't think I've seen this tiara mentioned with QEII before or seen it since.

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