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A YOUNG WOMAN WITH A WHITE VEIL, ATTRIBUTABLE TO MUHAMMAD, QAJAR, PERSIA, CIRCA 1845

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Equestrian portrait of Muhammad Shah from the Impey Album ca. 1730

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ART DECO LOTUS HALO TIARA c1934 by Cartier. An Art Deco lotus motif - a symbol of Egyptian Royalty dating back to Pharaonic times - this tiara is now part of the Alexandria Royal Jewelry Museum collection.

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Sultan Muhammad Shah Tahmasp 16th century

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An elephant and its mahout in service of the Mughal Emperor Muhammad Shah

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A magnificent, large, diamond-set enamelled gold Portrait of Muhammad Shah Qajar (r. 1834-48) Persia, circa 1835-40, the oval medallion enamelled in polychrome & inlaid with gold, depicting the Shah with head turned, wearing a crimson robe with pearl-encrusted collar, his turban with an elaborate diamond-set sarpech, the robe with diamond ornaments on the shoulders…set into an elaborate gold frame with diamond-set green & red enamelled flowers; 10.1 x 8 cm. Price realized $187,184

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Name: Bucket Place of creation: Iran Author (Master) : Al-Shirazi, Muhammad-Shah Date: 1333 Material: bronze (brass), silver and gold Dimension: h. 48,7 cm

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Qutb ud-Din Muhammad Mu'azzam Shah Alam

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The Empress's Crown Once Muhammad Reza Shah placed the Pahlavi crown on his own head during his coronation ceremony in 1967, he placed this crown on the head of his wife, the Empress Farah. Until that date, the wives of Persian monarchs were not crowned, and so it became necessary to design a new crown for the occasion. That honor was bestowed on the French jewellers, Van Cleef & Arpel. In accordance with tradition, the gems used in this crown were selected from loose gems in the…

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