Great diamond necklace has been worn by presidents as a symbol of the highest authority in the country. It is made of gold and encrusted with diamonds. Put a medal in the center containing the coat of arms of Peru. They are memorable photographs and paintings of the Presidents Oscar R. Benavides Larrea, Manuel Prado and Jose Luis OECS Bustamante y Rivero using the presidential sash, the large collar and other insignia. Its use faded from the assumption of power by the architect Fernando Bela nde Terry. Recently, its use was ‘back to life’ by Alan Garc a P rez in the framework of the V Summit Latin America, the Caribbean and the European Dominica Union carried out precisely in Lima in May 2008.