The Imperial Ruby Parure; c. 1874, created by Bolin. Given along with the Lotus Motif Tiara to Marie Alexandrovna, Duchess of Edinburgh and Saxe-Coburg-Gotha from her father Tsar Alexander II of Russia.
c.1907. The Cartier diamond and platinum laurel leaf tiara that belonged to Princess Marie Bonaparte, who became Princess George of Greece. This tiara can be worn with or without the centre diamond drop.
The Imperial Crown Jewels of Iran, also known as the Imperial crown jewels of Persia, are the largest set of displayed jewels in the world in state ownership in one location. The collection is housed at The Treasury of National Jewels, in the Central Bank of the Islamic Republic of Iran.
Emeralds of Empress Ekaterina II of Russia. C. 1830. Gold, silver, emeralds, diamonds. Set consisting of an emerald and diamond necklace with matching earrings. Every generation of the family of the Marquis of Lothian has believed that the majority of these emeralds were given by the Empress Ekaterina II to their ancestor, the Earl of Buckinghamshire during his embassy to St. Petersburg 1762-1765.
René Lalique Diamond ring. The large diamond is set vertically along the bezel, framed within a border of green leaves on black stalks, with the shoulders also enamelled dark green. By René Lalique c.1902-4.