The red diamond is the rarest type of diamond in the world, and there are only three known stones like this to weigh over five carats; the jewels are particularly interesting and mysterious because scientists have not yet been able to identify the exact source of this red tint in the stones.
If you are interested in seeing how monarchs used to live, in their large castles and luxurious homes, we’ve made a list of castles and crowns you shouldn’t miss in Europe; these locations are unique in the world, and the jewelry they house is invaluable and spectacular.
The first wristwatch was reportedly invented by Patek Phillipe in 1868, for the Countess Koscowicz of Hungary; however, it was mainly intended as a piece of jewelry, so its potential remained undiscovered for a fee decades more, when the military started using it.
A true king crown has to be made from gold, it has to represent the world, power and religion, it has to feature precious stones, gems and jewels to represent the influence and wealth of its wearer and it has to be red, blue or purple, which are royal colors; the Crown of Scotland has all that, which makes it the perfect candidate.
The royal crown is still a powerful symbol today, even though real empires or monarchies no longer exist; nevertheless, those countries with constitutional monarchy, who still recognize their royal families, have kept their traditions because they are part of a richer culture which mustn’t be forgotten.