Just like the Koh-I-Nur diamond, the Darya-I-Nur diamond was mined in the Gonlconda
mines in India. Darya-I-Nur means "sea of light" or "ocean of light". It is one of the largest and most remarkable gems in the
Crown Jewels of Iran and one of the spoils of Persia's attack in 1739.
The weight of the diamond is approximately 182 carats; somewhere between 175 to 195 carats.
It is a flawless, transparent pink stone; which was passed on through the generations. Set in a gold frame with other diamonds, topped
by a crown bearing lions with ruby eyes, and holding scimitars; this gem was last worn by the last Shaw for his coronation in 1967.