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The Arcot diamonds of Golconda origin (Kollur diamond mines) were made  of five brilliant 
pieces, out of which only the first two were of appreciable sizes, and were antique oval or pear- shaped, colorless or near-colorless diamonds with the larger one weighing  33.70 carats and smaller one 23.65 carats.

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Navrang India: World famous Arcot diamonds of Indian origin - a symbol  of regal power

Navrang India: World famous Arcot diamonds of Indian origin - a symbol of regal power

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Mirza Firuz Shah

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Subject:

History

Subclass:

Timured/Mughal

Reign:

Muhammad Shah 1720–1748

Subject Year (Time):

1738

Author:

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Languages:

English

Royal Mughal Ref:

ARC-25112021-1003

Date of Creation:

October 31, 1738

Navrang India: World famous Arcot diamonds of Indian origin - a symbol  of regal power
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The Arcot diamonds of Golconda origin (Kollur diamond mines) were made of five brilliant
pieces, out of which only the first two were of appreciable sizes, and were antique oval or pear- shaped, colorless or near-colorless diamonds with the larger one weighing 33.70 carats and smaller one 23.65 carats.

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