- Mumtaz necklace
The Mughal emperors and empresses wore rich necklaces and chains, strewn with pearls, gemstones and quality beads. Necklaces and chains ranged from thin ornaments with enameled pendants to heavy ornaments with glittering gemstones. Gemstones and premium beads feature prominently on these ornaments, to give wearers a richly bejeweled look.
- The Dehli Durbar necklace
This is the most magnificent perjure of jewellery in the Queen’s possession. It was created by Queen Mary using stones from four different sources. The Indian word “Durbar” means both a gathering of chieftains to make an administrative decision and a purely ceremonial gathering at which they pay homage to their ruler.
- Bikaneri necklace
This is the family necklace that gets passed down from generation to generation. The queens and princess of this family have been wearing this for centuries. This diamond necklace has numerous precious diamond stones studded around them giving it a classic and royal aura. The royal house of Bikaner takes immense amount of proud to flaunt this royal diamond necklace.
- Star of the south diamond
This diamond was a part of the collection of Maharani Sita Devi of Baroda. The 128 carat diamond was encrusted on a magnificent 3-tiered diamond necklace. The same necklace also had a 78.5 carat English Dresden Diamond enhancing its beauty. The Star of the South was later purchased by Rustomjee Jamsetjee of Mumbai, who sold it to Cartier in 2002.
- Patiala Ruby Choker
Chokers are all the rage right now but this Royal Jewellery was a cut above the rest. This iconic piece from the collection of Maharaja Bhupinder Singh of Patiala was designed in the Art Deco style. It was gifted by Maharaja to his youngest queen, Rani Yashoda Devi.