Indian state cap reputed to have belonged to the last Muslim King of Delhi, Bahadur Shah Zafar II (1775-1862) who was a descendent of the Mughal Dynasty. King Zafar succeeded to the throne of Delhi in 1837 but was imprisoned in 1858 by the British after the 1857 revolution. Medium: Gold wire embroidery, feathers, rubies, pearls and emeralds.
Queen Mary's Russian Brooch: Queen Alexandra's sister, the Empress Marie Feodorovna of Russia, gave Princess May of Teck this unusual brooch consisting of a large square-cut diamond and a square cabochon sapphire set in a scroll frame of round diamonds as
Fabergé made hundreds of presentation boxes, but many connoisseurs consider this his finest. Made of gold and decorated with enamel and diamonds, the box features the cipher of Tsar Nicholas II on the cover.