The Nizam of Hyderabad gave Queen Elizabeth II the world's most expensive necklace- Watch Video

Publish Date: 09 Sep, 2022 |
 

The treasury of the Nizam of Hyderabad, who was one of the richest people in the world at the time of India's independence, is once again in discussion. The Nizam's necklace made of diamond, adorning the neck of the Queen of Britain, is considered by experts to be the most precious of royal jewellery in the world. According to experts, the cost of this magnificent necklace is currently 6 billion 59 crore rupees. He said that there is more than one piece of jewellery in the treasury of the Queen, but all are faded in front of its brilliance.

British Queen Elizabeth II gave this necklace to her daughter-in-law to wear some time ago. Seeing this, people's eyes were stunned. According to the report of Express.com, the Queen first received this necklace as a gift from the Nizam of Hyderabad in 1947 after her engagement with Prince Philip. Elizabeth was a princess at the time and 5 years later she became Queen.

Wedding gift from the Nizam of Hyderabad

At that time Hyderabad was ruled by Asaf Jah VII. Asaf was one of the richest people in the world. Diana Boroman, an expert in jewellery affairs, says that it is the world's most valuable royal jewellery and its value is currently around 6 billion 59 crore rupees. He told that this wedding gift was given to Princess Elizabeth by the Nizam of Hyderabad.Boroman tells that the Nizam had instructed that the princess could take whatever jewellery she wanted from her collection. Elizabeth chose this amazing diamond necklace which is now known as the Necklace of the Nizam of Hyderabad. This necklace looks like three fused flowers. The Queen still loves this necklace and gives it to her daughter-in-law Kate Middleton to wear it occasionally.

 

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