Bavarian Royal Jewels - Wittlesbach Diamond in the Golden Fleece. A grayish blue diamond taken to Europe in the 17th century from India, it was given in 1664 to the Infanta Margarita Teresa by her father, the King of Spain, eventually becoming a fixture of both the Austrian and Bavarian crown jewels.

Jóia da´Coroa portuguesa (Portuguese Crown Jewel) - Badge of the three (3) orders (Order of Aviz, Order of Christ and Order of Saint James of the Sword)

French Blue Diamond, weighing 112½ old carats in the rough, which Tavernier bought in India and later sold to Louis XIV of France.

Toison from the insignia of the Order of the Golden Fleece (sapphires, brilliants, gold, silver-gilt; height 8.8 cm); Munich, around 1760

Emperor Franz Joseph I. of Austria – gift ring, gold, diamonds (ca. 1 carat old cut diamonds), enamel, Emperor’s monogram "FJI" with imperial Austrian crown, size RW 62, overall weight 6,8 g, maker’s mark AEK = A. E. Köchert, Viennese chamois hallmark 1872-1922, in original leather case by the court jeweller A. E. Köchert Vienna.

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