Victoria-Transvaal Diamond is a 68 carat, champagne-colored diamond cut into a pear shape. Found in the Transvaal province, South Africa. The Necklace consists of gold chain with 106 diamonds in varying carats and shapes to enhance the 'starring' gem.
Demi-parure of emeralds, a gift from Tsar Alexander I. Among these jewels given by Tsar Alexander I to Frances Anne, the wife of Lord Charles Vane-Stewart, Marquess of Londonderry, ambassador to Vienna.
Topaz Necklace Graff owns some of the world's most famous diamonds including this Tsarina diamond, a fancy intense yellow cushion cut pendant set into a necklace of fancy vivid yellow radiant-cut diamonds. Graff, 710 Madison Avenue, New York.