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      Diana, Princess of Wales, wearing the Oman Suite, which includes a sapphire and diamond necklace, earrings, and bracelet. The crescent shaped diamond earrings were given to Diana by the Sultan of Oman during the couple’s visit to Oman in November 1986. In this photo, Diana is wearing the necklace and earrings at a formal banquet in Germany in November 1987.

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    • Karen

      Diamond and sapphire necklace and earrings from Saudi royal family.

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