German: Fuchsien Diadem, circa 1845, by Köchert. Branches of fuchsias in flower, bud and wild rose form with foliage, writhe on the tiara. Made in gold and silver with pave-set cushion-cut and rose-cut diamonds. Before it was sold at auction, the tiara was the property of the Thurn und Taxis Family. It had also been in an exhibition shown in Belgium for some time before it’s sale.
Diamond Tiara Known as the “Fuchsien Diadem”, by Köchert, ca. 1845, composed of fuchsias, buds, wild roses and foliage, set with diamonds and rose cut diamonds, mounted in gold and silver, belonged to the Princely House of Thurn and Taxis.