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    Tsar nicholas gave this magnificent sapphire brooch with pendant to his wife in 1825.

    Marie Antoinette's Faberge Sapphire Imperial ring

    La Regente Pearl (center) is the 5th largest pearl in the world and perhaps the largest pearl of a regular shape, and was given as a gift by Emperor Napoleon I to his second wife and Queen Consort Marie Louise in 1811. Here, it is mounted on a modern pearl, sapphire and diamond necklace.

    Earrings worn by Empress Alexandra Feodorovna at her wedding.

    The National Gem Collection boasts one of the largest fine blue sapphire gems, the 422.99-carat Logan Sapphire from Sri Lanka.

    "The Romanovs Treasures" Two eagles with the crown comes from Maria Paleologue, wife of Ivan the Great and niece of Charlemagne. She brought her Greek Orthodox faith to Russia and founded the Russian Orthodox church. The two eagle symbol is her legacy, and remains the Russian coat of arms to this day.

    Sapphire tiara owned by Empress Alexandra Feodorovna of Russia (6th June 1872 – 17th July 1918)

    Beautiful Bvlgari Necklace and Pendant in Sapphires, Emeralds and Diamonds.

    The Crown Jewels: The Sovereigns Sceptre containing the World's largest flawless cut diamond.

    So shiny! Diamond star pendant necklace by David Yurman

    Lace bow brooch, Cartier 1906

    A Pair of Pink Sapphire and Diamond Ear Pendants. Each suspending a pavé-set pink sapphire bombé drop, accented by pavé-set diamonds, from a pavé-set diamond oval link and pavé-set diamond hoop surmount, mounted in 18K pink gold, length 4 1/2 inches, pendant is detachable. Via Philips.

    Tiaras of the Spanish Royal family

    Marie Antoinette's Diamond Earrings

    Russian eagle brooch, worn by Catherine II on Alexander Roslin portrait

    The Burton Diamond Brooch, by Van Cleef & Arpels. Elizabeth Taylor. $1,142,500.

    Russian: The Ruby Kokoshnik tiara - 1890 by Bolin. Created for the wife of the grandson of Tsar Nicholas I. Given to their daughter Nadejda who became the Marchioness Milford-Haven in Great Britain. Recently sold by Sarah of Milford-Haven to a Russian Businessman.

    Diamond And Opal Brooch c.1850's

    Can't leave the house without this delicate Kate Space 'one in a million' initial pendant necklace. This charming piece complements every outfit.

    Sapphire and Diamond earrings. Made in the late 18th century and worn by every Russian Empress until the Russian revolution.