Purveyor of jewels to British royalty since the 1700s, Garrard became the Crown Jeweller in 1843, serving under six successive monarchs. Garrard has been behind some of the most beguiling wedding jewels worn by British princesses and monarchs through the generations, and with the resurgence in popularity of the wedding tiara, the historic British jeweller has been resurrecting classic designs of old and giving them a modern update. The Russian fringe tiara, with its beautiful rows of vertical diamonds, is one of the most iconic silhouettes favoured by European royalty. This exquisite Garrard Fringe tiara is a contemporary take on the customary fringe headpiece that remains true to its vintage roots. With a scalloped edge of brilliant-cut round white diamonds, it features tiered strands of round-cut diamonds in alternating settings and cluster patterns, some bezel set and some claw set; some clustered together, some set alone. As with the tiaras of old, this beautiful one-off jewel can be adjusted by hand to become a striking fringe necklace.
*This tiara is priced at £245,000