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England's Crown Jewel collection. Saw this at the Tower of London. Many are missing in February when they are taken out to be cleaned by the Royal Jeweler.

Crown of Imperial Russia & All regalia of Imperial and Tzar that are kept in The Diamond Fund, Kremlin, Moscow

La Pérégrina – The Legendary Pearl Diamond Ruby and Pearl necklace features an early 16th century 203-grain pearl, once part of the crown jewels of Spain. Personally designed by Taylor, the piece was a gift from Richard Burton, January 23, 1969. Estimate: $2,000,000 – $3,000,000

The most Beautiful crown I've even seen. The Empresses Crown, from the Russian Royal Jewels collection.

The Great Imperial Crown made in 1762 for the coronation of Catherine the Great by the court jeweler J.Pauzie represents the height of creative imagination, lavish beauty and skilled workmanship. It is adorned with five thousand diamonds arranged in a splendid pattern of laurel wreaths and oak branches.

The Crown of Emperor Rudolph II - after 1804 the Austrian Imperial Crown

Queen Mary's Crown. The crown jewels, part of the Royal Collection, are powerful symbols of the British Monarchy. The crown, made by Gerrard & Co, used to contain the Koh-i-Noor diamond as well as the Cullinan III and the Cullinan IV. However, in 1914 these diamonds were replaced by crystal models. It contains approximately 2,200 diamonds and was specially constructed so that the arches could be removed.

Danish Crown Regalia - 1. Crown of Christian IV 1595. 2. Crown of Christian V 1665-70. 3. The queen's crown 1731. 4. Sceptre. 5. Sword of state. 6. Globus cruciger.

Imperial Russia diamond something or another, how sparkly!

Boucheron's Adam necklace, an iconic jewel by Boucheron from a former collection that features two of the house motifs: the serpent and the shape of a question mark and an indication of the level of creativity to expect from the Biennale collections.