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Pin, Iran (Paisley shaped jewel)

- Emerald & Diamond Brooch - Crown Jewels - From Iran (Paisley shaped jewels).

19th Century Persia, Turban Ornament, Rubies, Emeralds, and Pearls.

Islamic jewelry - Century Persia, Turban Ornament, Rubies, Emeralds, and Pearls.

Iranian Crown Jewels - Sapphire and diamond brooch

Antique Jewel Studded Ornaments in the Iranian Crown Jewels Diamonds Sapphires -& Pearls

Bowl of Rubies - Crown Jewels of Iran. Imagine that the imperial courts of Iran (Persia) used jewel encrusted dishes and utensils of all sorts,like this dazzling bowl of the finest and most precious rubies and gold, in their daily affairs.

*BOWL OF RUBIES: Crown Jewels of Iran. Imagine that the imperial courts of Iran (Persia) used jewel encrusted dishes + utensils of all sorts, like this dazzling bowl of the finest + most precious rubies + gold, in their daily affairs.

The Treasury of National Jewels, Tehran, Iran - This reminds me of pomegranates!

A splendid #Peridot #Brooch

Burmese Peridot – Lovely Gem in a Mercury Talisman Pendant

Iran Crown Jewel Peridot Peacock Brooch Peridot, with its crisp apple-green color, has been treasured by people throughout history in Hawaii, ancient Rome, and modern day Iran (as a part of the Iranian crown jewels).

Stunning and versatile one-of-a-kind piece of jewelry - a necklace (two variations), a brooch (four variations) and a head-piece. It was created in France in the 1910's. The piece was made of platinum and set with a 6.29 cts cushion cut diamond in the center, Old European cut and rose cut diamonds.

Stunning/versatile one-of-a-kind piece of jewelry - a necklace (two variations), a brooch (four variations) and a head-piece! created in France in the The piece with a cts cushion cut diamond

Van Cleef & Arpels~ Brooch and earrings in the Indian style.

Van Cleef & Arpels Yellow Gold Diamond, Ruby, Emerald, Yellow and Blue Sapphire 'Paisley' Brooch & Earrings.

Front and reverse of a silver pendent with Iranian coins.  From (western?) Iran, early 20th century, possibly Kurdish. Ø disc: 48 mm.   Inscribed ('Inshallah' + maybe some other text) and dated H.1330 (1912 AD).  The inscription has a protective function, which makes the pendent a kind of amulet.  (Inv.n° müç061 - Kavak Costume Collection - Antwerpen/Belgium).

Front and reverse of a silver pendent with Iranian coins.

Verdura's Pinecone

Verdura’s Pinecone brooch, “It took two years to research and eight months to make the brooch. A team of jewelers assembled 39 pieces of gold and platinum, and carats of round-cut diamonds.

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

Iranian Crown Jewels, now in possession of the Museum of Iranian Crown Jewels. Truly lavish pieces of jewelry commissioned by the Shah of Iran. Brooch laid with emeralds, white diamonds, and yellow diamonds.

Jewelry belonging to Egyptian Princess Soraya Esfandiary-Bakhtiari, former wife of the Shah of Iran.

Jewelry belonging to Iranian Princess Soraya Esfandiary-Bakhtiari, former wife of the Shah of Iran.

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