The Qajar Order of Aftab

The Order of Aftab
Qajar Period, Persia
Sources:  [1], [2], [3]

Nasser-ed-Din Shah of Qajar, the King of Persia, introduced the Aaftab (Sun) order for royal women. This order was introduced in 1873 specifically for presentation to queens and princesses, including the Empress Augusta of Germany and Queen Victoria, during the shah's European tour in the same year. The shah's wife Anis-ed-Dowleh received it on her birthday in 1888. In 1896, Mozaffar-ed-Din Shah awarded it to the wife of the Ottoman ambassador Shams-al-Din Beg. Usually, the decorations on this order were made of silver. This order came in two classes.
نشان آفتاب، نشان‌ مخصوص بانوان است که توسط ناصرالدین شاه قاجار ایجاد شد
The First Class Insignia
The insignia of the first class consists of a breast star, sash, and sash badge. The badge itself is a round disk, bearing a face image of a female sun (aftab), fully decorated in natural colors and surrounded by a narrow raised band of platinum. The platinum band garlanded by a wide circlet completely encrusted in eighteen diamonds, edged by a further narrow raised band in platinum. Around the top half of the platinum band, a sunburst arranged in a fan-like design of seventeen separate rays, eight with tips shaped like Gothic arches and nine swallows tails, all completely encrusted in diamonds. Attached to the uppermost ray of the sunburst, a tie-ring encrusted in brilliants. - Wikipedia

The Second Class Insignia
According to Wikipedia, The insignia of the first class consists of a breast star, sash, and sash badge. The badge is a round disk in platinum, bearing a full-face image of a female sun (aftab), fully enameled in natural colours and surrounded by a narrow raised band of platinum. The platinum band garlanded by a wide circlet completely encrusted in eighteen diamonds, edged by a further narrow raised band in platinum. Around the top half of the platinum band, a sunburst arranged in a fan-like design of seventeen separate rays, eight with tips shaped like Gothic arches and nine swallows tails, all completely encrusted in diamonds. Attached to the uppermost ray of the sunburst, a tie-ring encrusted in brilliants.

For more information study this: [3] - in Persian  
More about Qajar medals: [4]