Spectacular diamond jewelry belonged Lady Victoria Sackville.
Victoria Sackville was the daughter of Lionel's uncle, the owner of Knole and Pepita, a Spanish dancer and mother of Vita Sackville West.
She wore the diamond ribbon and bow garland tiara in the year 1890, and the year 1900.
It was seen again in 1937 on the occassion of the Coronation, above in the picture, with the daughter-in-law of Vita Sackville-West.
The wife of Major-General Lord Sackville, fourth baron and owner of historic Knole. She posed in here peeress robes as she will appear as the Coronation ceremony in Westminster Abbey before putting on her coronet.
The coronets for peeresses do not fit the head, bur are worne behind the tiara.
Tiara must be worn!
Lady Sackville is portraited in front of a seventeeth century screen. She was Miss Anne Meredith and American by birth.
We see her wearing some diamond collet necklace and a long diamond sautoir in art deco style with pendant, a bracelet and a ring.
Sources: Daily Mirror;The Sketch;Chaumet Archive;Archiv Ursula Butschal;Wikipedia;