The Order of Muhammad, awarded to Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani by the King of Morocco
Object Name: Livery Collar
Dimensions: 495 mm (H) x 195mm (L) x10 mm (W) 520 mm (H) x 140 mm (L) x9.1 mm (W)
Medium: gold alloy,diamond,ruby,emerald,platinum,enamel
Registration Number: QNM.2015.129.1
This medal is the Order of Muhammad, instituted by King Mohammed V of Morocco in 1956. It was awarded to Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani by the King of Morocco.

The openwork collar segment consists of foliate links set with small cabochon rubies and emeralds. At the bottom centre is an openwork plaque with two lions flanking an engraved scroll and a crest with a diamond-rayed rising sun; an emerald-centred star on an orange enamel background; and a small diamond-set crown with orange and green enamel detail.

Hanging from this plaque is an eight-pointed medal. It has a circular green centre with small gold lions and crest, and the words ‘The Mohammedi’ in Arabic, framed with platinum set diamonds. Around this is an ornate edging with green enamelled foliate points with rubies and a diamond-tipped fleur-de-lis between them.
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