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The "Diamond Throne" was made by Persian makers in 1659 and presented to Tsar Alexis Mikhailovich by merchant Zakharia Saradarov from the Armenian Trade Company in Persia.  For the prevalence of diamonds (more than 800 in all) the throne was named “Diamond Throne”.  The precious donation was attached to the petition of tax-free trading in the Russian territory. The merchants got 4000 silver rubles and 19000 copper rubles for the throne.  Height: 161 cm; Width: 75.5 cm; and Length: 51 cm.

Diamond Throne of Czar Alexis Mikhailovich, Russia sandalwood, gold…

A FRENCH GOLD, ENAMEL AND DIAMOND SNUFF-BOX   CIRCA 1860   Shaped rectangular, the base and cover engraved and chased with flowering trellis panels with foliate borders, the cover applied with diamond monogram of Napoleon III over a translucent blue enamel ground, the sides with conforming foliate borders, marked on cover bezel  3½ in. (8.9 cm.) long

A French gold, enamel and diamond snuffbox, the cover applied with diamond monogram of Napoleon III.

Napoleon's Throne Room, Fontainebleau, France

Chateau de Fontainebleau Napoleon's Throne (Napoleon I abdicated his throne there before being exiled to Elba)

One of a pair of two silver thrones, two stools, a parasol and a flywhisk Made for the Maharaja and Maharani of Dungarpur Inscribed 'Raj Dungarpur, san 1911' Rajasthan, India Dated 1854-55 AD

One of a pair of two silver thrones, two stools, a parasol and a flywhisk. Made for the Maharaja and Maharani of Dungarpur Inscribed ‘Raj Dungarpur, san Rajasthan, India. Dated AD Source: Sam Fogg

Throne of Polish King Stanisław II Augustus at Warsaw Royal Castle. Reign: 25 November 1764 to 7 January 1795. Son of Stanisław Poniatowski and Konstancja Czartoryska Forced to abdicate when the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth (the Polish Republic since May 3, 1791) ceased to exist.

Throne of Polish King Stanisław II Augustus at Warsaw Royal Castle.

Throne of Ivan the Terrible.   Best of Russia --- Royal Regalia

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