The shape of a platinum hilt of two halves located on each other; the hull is studded with diamond stones by a detailed welded on top of the hull of a platinum composite with a platinum plum in the form of a diamond-shaped almond nut. From the unique coll The shape of a platinum hilt of two halves located on each other; the hull is studded with diamond stones by a detailed welded on top of the hull of a platinum composite with a platinum plum in the form of a diamond-shaped almond nut. From the unique coll

Jewelry lovers vote for favorite royal jewelry every month

Wed, Jan. 24, 2018
CAIRO – 24 January 2018: The official Facebook page of the Royal Jewelry Museum asks royal jewelry lovers to choose “the piece of the month” that they prefer the most on a monthly basis.

Results will be recorded through voting by the “likes” and “comments” received for the four photos chosen by the museum this month.

The Royal Jewelry Museum hosts the most valuable jewelry and other stuff that the queens and princesses of the last royal family of Egypt wore for an extensive period of time.

Most jewelries in the Royal Jewelry Museum date back to the ruling period. According to the Egyptian Museums website, Khedive Ismail, Mohamed Ali’s grandson, hired the most skillful Egyptian and foreign artists to create the royal family’s jewelry.

After the Egyptian revolution of 1952, all the pieces were seized and kept in governmental stores for a long time. But as an appreciation for the historical and artistic value of the royal jewelry, the General Administration of Expropriated Money took the initiative to establish a museum qualified to host these pieces.

The Royal Jewelry Museum also displays the collection that dates back to the ruling period of Said Pasha, including varied golden pieces such as golden clocks and watches. The collection also includes many coins that date back to various eras, such as Roman, Persian, Byzantine and Coptic coins.




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An ornamental oval stone pendant with a gold ornaments shaped like a bat inlaid with diamonds. From the collection of Mohammed Ali Tawfiq - Photo courtesy of the official Royal Jewelry Museum Facebook page




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Piece of gold in the form of an egg of two halves hollowed from the inside and connects the two halves with thread, overflowing sold by a golden crescendo while the surface of the hanging from the outside embossed with flowers and the shape of roses and branches of a tree.From the collection of Mohammed Ali.



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Pendant in the form of the door of the temple of Pharaonic decree written in hieroglyphicsand on the door of the temple of the highest eagle with wings spread and the center of the complex Pharaonic statue of the richest stone and beak sitting on a stone chair, whilethe statue is installed with a frame of gold and higher suspension. Kushah and Zerd went to hang up. From the collection of Mohammed Ali.

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