Diadems fit for the fairy princess of your dreams. Art Nouveau. René Lalique. Various collections.

Diadem in the form of a free-standing cockerel’s head. Displayed at the Paris World Exhibition in 1900.
Diadem in the form of a free-standing cockerel’s head. Displayed at the Paris World Exhibition in 1900. Gold, blue and green enamel with a cut amethyst in its beak. Comb made from horn. ca. 1900. French. Image ©2019 Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation. Fair use license. via https://gulbenkian.pt/museu/en/works_museu/cockerel-diadem/
"Lilies" diadem designed for a  production of  “La Princesse Lointaine.” c. 1895.
“Lilies” diadem designed for a production of “La Princesse Lointaine.” c. 1895. Pearl encrusted with semi-precious stones. Alphonse Mucha, designer. Created by Lalique. Commissioned by Sarah Bernhardt. Image © The Japan Times Ltd. Fair use license. via https://www.japantimes.co.jp/culture/2015/08/04/arts/art-nouveaus-jewels-crown/#.XSzZ0-hKhTs
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