Koh-i-Noor Diamond, 105 carats. Once the largest known diamond, it was fought over by many countries before it became the property of the British Empire. It became part of the royal crown jewels when Queen Victoria was pronounced Empress of India in
Queen Alexandra's Crown was a new consort crown whose style was more akin to European royal crowns, than the standard style of British crowns. The arches were detachable which, like the Crown of Queen Elizabeth, meant the crown could be worn as a circlet.
The Darya-i-noor, ‘sea of light’ is the world’s largest pink diamond, weighing 186 carats. It is table cut with exceptional clarity. The diamond came from India's famous Golconda mine and is part of the crown jewels of Iran.