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Brilliantendiadem der König Charlotte

Diamond tiara, made for Queen Charlotte, the second wife of the last Württemberg king, Wilhelm II (r. by the Stuttgart court jeweler Eduard Foehr in 1896 in the rococo style. Can be dismantled, and the sections worn as brooches or hair ornaments.

Germany, 1450 This is the Coronet that I want if I am ever made a Baroness in the SCA.

Germany, 1450 This is the Coronet that my new SCA baronial coronet is being based on.

De Beers Jubilee Crown to celebrate Queen Elizabeth Diamond jubilee. It has 974 diamonds and at the helm is a 73 carat uncut diamond

Queen's Diamond Jubilee: De Beers pays homage with a Talisman crown. Diamond jeweller giant, De Beers, marks the Queen's Diamond Jubilee with a crown containing a staggering 974 diamonds, to be displayed in Harrods.

10th century Imperial Crown of Conrad II

Imperial Crown of the Holy Roman Empire (aka Crown of Otto I) was crown to the King of the Romans, the rulers of the German Kingdom, since the High Middle Ages.

Pearl crown Pearl crown    Germany, Munich  Munich Residence, Treasury

Stunning Queen of Bavaria crown contains huge pearls and large diamonds. As part of a republican Germany, Bavaria has not had a monarch since 1918 but the Bavarian Crown Jewels are still on show in the Treasury of the Residenz Palace in Munich

Crown of Empress Eugenie of France, Just gorgeous and different from other crowns~

The Crown of Empress Eugénie was the consort crown of Eugénie de Montijo, the empress consort of Emperor Napoleon III of France. Though neither she nor her husband underwent a coronation a consort crown was specially created for her.

The Empresses Crown (Russian Crown Jewels) by kara

The Empresses Crown (Russian Crown Jewels). Don't care if I'm not a Russian Empress, want one!now go forth and share that BOW DIAMOND style ppl!

The 15th-century crown of Margaret of York

Crown of Princess Margaret of York, sister of Edward IV & wife of Charles the Bold, Duke of Burgundy. One of 2 English crown that survive from the medieval period. Via Irish Archaeology FB

The Iron Crown of the Lombards

One of the oldest and most significant emblems of early European Christendom was the Iron Crown of Lombardy. The Crown is known by its Latin name, Corona F

The Imperial State Crown of Great Britain, Tower of London

ImperialStateCrown - Imperial State Crown - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia