Foreign leaders were generous to President Obama and his family in 2009 — sometimes extremely generous — according to a State Department report on gifts to federal employees released on Tuesday. Sadly for the Obamas, they are legally barred from keeping the presents, most which have already been turned over to the National Archives. Nevertheless, the list of jewelry, ornaments, and knick knacks is pretty impressive. Here's a rundown of the Obamas' windfall, by the numbers (all gifts are to the president, unless otherwise noted):

Value over which any gift had to be declared in 2009

Ruby and diamond jewelry set for the First Lady, from Saudi King Abdullah 

Number of pearls on a $14,200 necklace for the First Lady, from King Abdullah

Diamond earring and necklace sets for Obama's daughters, Sasha and Malia, from King Abdullah

Total value of gifts from King Abdullah to the Obamas and other U.S. officials

Bottle of olive oil, from Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas

Gold and diamond watch for Michelle Obama, from Ghana First Lady Ernestina Naadu Mills

Silk embroidery portrait of the Obama family, from Chinese President Hu Jintao

Wooden CD holder, 15 CDs, and one book, from Russian President Dmitri Medvedev

Floral tea set, plus book, from German Prime Minister Angela Merkel

Pen and holder carved from the wood of an anti-slavery ship, plus books, from British Prime Minister Gordon Brown

Crystal table, gold watch, silk ties, and glass ornaments, from Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi

Black Christian Dior handbag for Michelle Obama, from French First Lady Carla Bruni Sarkozy

Fountain pen, books, and bronze replica of Degas sculpture, from French President Nicholas Sarkozy

Gilt-framed mosaic of St. Peter's Square, gold coin, silver keychain, and books, from Pope Benedict XVI 

Orange "Holland on the Hudson" bicycle, from Dutch Prime Minister Jan Peter Balkenende

Framed photographs of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, from the Queen

Sources: AP, AFP, BBC News, ABC News, State Dept. (PDF)