Akbar Shah (diamond)
The Akbar Shāh, also known as the "Lustre of the Peacock Throne", is a diamond dating back to the Mughal dynasty of India. It is an irregular, pear-shaped diamond with a light green hue, weighing 73.6...
Samarian spinel
The Samarian Spinel is a 500-carat (100 g) spinel gemstone that is the largest of its kind in the world. It is part of the Iranian Crown Jewels.
It and a smaller 270-carat (54 g) spinel...
Noor-ul-Ain
The Noor-ul-Ain (Arabic / Persian نور العين, "the light of the eye") is one of the largest pink diamonds in the world, and the centre piece of the tiara of the same name.
The diamond is believed t...
Noor-ul-Ain - Wikipedia
Darya-ye Noor
The Daria-i-Noor (Persian: دریای نور‎ which means "Sea of light" in Persian; (also spelled Darya-ye Noor) is one of the largest cut diamonds in the world, weighing an estimated 182 carats (36 g)...
Shah Diamond
The Shah Diamond was found at the Golconda mines in what is now Andhra Pradesh, Central India, probably in 1450, and is currently in the Kremlin.
The Shah Diamond is not of the first water, since ...
Timur ruby
The Timur ruby (also Khiraj-i-alam, "Tribute to the World") is an unfaceted, 361-carat polished red spinel gemstone set in a necklace in 1853, part of the British Crown Jewels. It is named after the r...
Koh-i-Noor
The Mountain of Light or Koh-i-Noor (Persian "کوه نور") is a diamond that was mined at Kollur Mine, in the present state of Andhra Pradesh in India. It was originally 793 carats when uncut. Once the l...
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Great Table diamond
The Great Table was a large pink diamond that had been studded in the throne of the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan. It has been described in the book of the French jeweller Jean-Baptiste Tavernier in 1642,...
Great Mogul Diamond
Great Mogul is believed to have been discovered around 1650 most probably around Kollur Mine in the Golconda region of southern India. Tavernier described the diamond as "The stone is of the same form...
Great Mogul Diamond - Wikipedia