jewellery seized in mcmafia money case - ruby necklace set
Detectives investigating Britain's first unexplained wealth order case seized jewelry worth more than £ 400,000.
Sapphire and ruby necklaces worth up to £ 120,000, pearl necklaces worth £ 20,000, but originally purchased for £ 280,000 10 years ago, it is one of 49 artworks taken by the National Criminal Agency from Christie's.
They were valued at the request of Zamira Hajiyeva's daughter, Leyla Mahmudova, whose property is the subject of new assets --
Freezing power is sometimes called the "order McMafia ".
Mrs. Hajiyeva, 55 worthy of praise for Jahangir Hajiyev, 57 former Azerbaijani national bank personnel accused of embezzling more than £ 100 million for refusing to do so in his hometown.