The Great Mogul diamond is considered to be the largest diamond in India. Discovered between 1630 and 1650, the rare Mogul diamond was found in in the Kollur mine on the Kistna. The rough diamond weighed around 793 carats. It takes its name from its owner, Shah Jehan, fifth in succession from Baber, founder of the so-called "Mogul" dynasty in Hindustan.
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A Victorian diamond and pearl necklace, the graduated diamond and pearl set open scroll links suspend from stylised diamond set palmettes. Set in silver and gold. Diamond set knife edge section. Although there is no frame, the necklace probably had the function of being worn as a tiara.
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19th Century Violet Enamel and Diamond Stemmed Pansy Flower Brooch
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Antique Spotlight: Vintage Brooches And Pins
Edwardian Opal and Diamond Brooch, bezel-set with three cabochon opals, further set with old mine-cut diamonds, approx. total diamond wt. 1.20 cts., platinum-topped gold mount, millegrain accents, lg. 1 7/8 in.
Diamond and Emerald Brooch, Circa 1920 The openwork plaque of quatrefoil shape set in the center with an old European-cut diamond weighing approximately .75 carat, completed by 118 smaller old European-cut and single-cut diamonds weighing approximately 3.25 carats, decorated further with a circle of calibré-cut emeralds, mounted in platinum.