Emerald and diamond earrings
Belonged to Akram al-Saltanah who gave it to her daughter-in-law, Azar Shaykh al-Islami, daughter of Manizhah Safdari Qajar and Sayyid ʻAbd Allah Shaykh al-Islami (Amjad al-Vizarah).
Tray used for holding salt, pepper, and gulpar; belonged to Manizhah Safdari Qajar, daughter of Safdar Mirza ‘Ata’ al-Saltanah, wife of Sayyid ʻAbd Allah Shaykh al-Islami (Amjad al-Vizarah). Passed down to her daughter, Azar Shaykh al-Islami, who then passed it down to her nephew, Bahram Sheikholeslami.
Shaykh al-Islami Family Album
Created by Afsar al-Muluk Shaykh al-Islami, daughter of Nimtaj (Taj al-Sadat) Shaykh al-Islami and Mirza Mufid Shaykh al-Islam (Dibaj), and wife of Sayyid ʻAli Shaykh al-Islami. According to Bahram Sheikholeslami, the images can be identified as follows (from left to right in each photograph): sequences 1 and 2 are the cover and the inside of the cover; seq. 3: Amjad al-Vizarah [Sayyid ʻAbd Allah Shaykh al-Islami]; seq. 4: Amjad al-Vizarah and his new born son, Sayyid ‘Ali Khan, Mashhad, 1290 SH (1911); seq. 5: top left: Afsar al-Muluk in wedding dress; top right: Sayyid ‘Ali Khan in...
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