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.
PROPERTY OF AN AUSTRIAN NOBLE FAMILY Diamond tiara/necklace, circa 1910 The graduated open work spade-shaped motifs set with cushion-shaped, circular-, single-cut and rose diamonds, set along a row of similarly cut stones, spade motifs and line of diamonds detachable, accompanied by additional fittings including original screw driver, fitted case stamped F. Kandelhart, Juwelier, Wien VII, Zollergasse 35. Image and description Sotheby's
Iranian crown. "The Kiani Crown made on the orders of Fath Ali Shah is undoubtedly one of the most fabulous crowns ever made in the history of the monarchies of the world." Fabulous information on this crown at the originating website.
Pics of Iranian Crown Jewels, now in possession of the Museum of Iranian Crown Jewels Truly breathtaking and lavish pieces of jewelry commissioned by the Shah of Iran Brooch laid with emeralds, white and yellow diamonds