Greek hairnet from Egypt bearing a bust of Aphrodite and her son Eros. The crossed chains are decorated with Dionysiac masks. The decoration style appears to be connected to the Ptolemies, and the face of the bust resembles Queen Arsinoe III of Egypt. Gold, garnet, glass paste; 220-100 BC, JP Getty Museum.
Faberge's Myrtle Leaf tiara, 1906. Made for Huge Grosvenor, Duke of Westminster, as a wedding gift for Lady Mabel Florence Crichton. Designed as two diamond fronds, with circular diamond berries, which meet at the front of the piece. Still with the Westminster Family.