Ahmad shah

The figure of Ahmad Shah still represents the end of the real Persian imperial rule for many Persians, and even the monarchist emigration is divided between the Qajar party and the Pahlavi party.

Mozaffar-ed-Din Shah Qajar (Shah of Persia from 1896 to 1907)

Mozaffar ad-Din, the son of the Qajar ruler Naser al-Din Shah Qajar, Mozaffar ad-Din was named crown prince and sent as governor to the northern province of Azarbaijan in Persia. Mamad looks a lot like him

Figure (dove). Inscription. Made of gold, garnet inlaid steel.Qajar dynasty; Islamic; 18thC-19thC; Iran

Right Figure (dove). Made of gold, garnet inlaid steel. © The Trustees of the British Museum

Mohammad Ali Shah Qajar, Shah of Persia

Mohammad Ali Shah Qajar (Persian: محمدعلی شاه قاجار‎‎) Amol (Persia) June 21 1872 San Remo (Kingdom of Italy) 5 April 1925 Sixth King of Qajar Dynasty, Shah of Persia from 8 January 1907 to 16 July

Princess Fatemeh Tiara.This tiara was commissioned during the reign of the Qajar Dynasty (1779-1925) The Princess was favoured to wear the tiara on several occasions.

This tiara was commissioned during the reign of the Qajar Dynasty The Princess was favoured to wear the tiara on several occasions.

Ahmad Shāh Qājār (Persian: احمَد شاه قاجار‎) ‎(January 21, 1898 – 21 February 1930) was Shah of Iran (Persia) from July 16, 1909, to October 31, 1925 and the last of the Qajar dynasty.

Ahmad Shāh Qājār (Persian: احمَد شاه قاجار‎) ‎(January 1898 – 21 February was Shah of Iran (Persia) from July to October 1925 and the last of the Qajar dynasty.

A rare Antique Persian Qajar dynasty inscribed wooden hair comb for women. It dates to the second half of 19th century and is an exquisite example. Such pieces were really made for  ...

A rare Antique Persian Qajar dynasty inscribed wooden hair comb for women. It dates to the second half of 19th century and is an exquisite example. Such pieces were really made for ...

The Kiani Crown was the traditional coronation crown in the Iranian Crown Jewels which was used during the Qajar dynasty (1796–1925). The crown itself is made of red velvet, on which thousands of gems were set. The Kiani Crown is highly decorated, possessing 1800 small pearls, many only 7 millimetres in diameter, stitched onto it. It has approximately 300 emeralds and 1800 rubies.

Kiani Crown - Iranian Crown Jewels This crown was the traditional coronation crown of the Qajar dynasty, which lasted from 1796 - A new crown was created for the next dynasty, the Pahlavi.

Imperial Emblem of the Qajar Dynasty (Lion and Sun)  Date	17 November 2012, 20:01:27  Source	Own work  Author	Sodacan

Imperial Emblem of the Pahlavi Dynasty (Lion and Sun) - Lion and Sun - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Pinterest
Search