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Gold-and-silver-setting rose has about 250 carats of diamonds; was created for Princess Mathilde Bonaparte, Napoleon's niece, by Theodore Fester in 1855, When she died in 1904, the piece was auctioned and eventually sold by Cartier to Mrs. Cornelius Vanderbilt III, of the railroad Vanderbilts, who wore it at the waist or bodice for portraits and other formal occasions in her role as 'Queen of Society.'

Created by Theodore Fester in the gold-and-silver-setting rose has about 250 carats of diamonds and was created for Princess Mathilde Bonaparte, Napoleon’s niece. She owned one of Paris’ most distinguished literary and artistic salons. When she died

Cartier Important Early Art Deco Sapphire Diamond Bow Pin

Brooch in White gold with Diamonds, Plique-à-jour, Purple sapphires, Paraïba tourmaline, Opals and Pearls