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The shah of Iran, Mohammed Reza Pahlevi, center left, and his wife, Empress Farah, center right, with President John F. Kennedy and Jacqueline Kennedy.

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Queen Fawzia of Iran and Princess of Egypt. In 1939, H.R.H Princess Fawzia - the daughter of H.M King Fuad and H.M Queen Nazli of Egypt - married the future Shah of Iran, Reza Pahlavi. For this grand occasion, Van Cleef & Arpels was commissioned to create a diamond and platinum jewelry set comprising of a necklace, a pair of earclips, and a tiara.

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Princess Shahinaz and Ardeshir Zahedis wedding in 1957 by Kodak Agfa, via Flickr

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The First Lady at the White House state dinner, April 11, 1962, for the Shah of Iran and his empress. “I heard the President teasing his wi...

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Close up of Turquoise Tiara of Farah Diba

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H.M. Mohamed Reza Pahlavi Shah of Iran In Full Military Attire & Empress Soraya - The Wedding Day On February 12, 1951 (D) by Tulipe Noire, via Flickr

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Princess Soraya Esfandiary (1932-2001) the second wife of The Shah of Iran, c. 1950s

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Noor-ol-Ain Tiara: Its centerpiece is the Noor-ol-Ain diamond,one of the world's largest pink diamonds: around 60 cts. Noor-ol-Ain can be translated as Eye of Light. It was part of the spoils taken by the conqueror Nader Shah after he became Shah of Iran in 1736. The Noor-ol-Ain was incorporated into a tiara, designed by Harry Winston, for the 1959 wedding of the Shah of Iran and Farah Diba. It includes 324 stones, a combination of pink, yellow & white diamonds, most over 14cts, set in…

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10 dynasties au destin tragique

The Shah of Iran, Mohammad Shah Pahlavi, poses with his son, Prince Reza, and wife, Farah, following his coronation in 1967.

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unbelievable blue stones...gorgeous! Queen Soraya of Iran, wife of the Shah of Iran.

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