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Crown of Castille and Leon. Worn by Sancho IV the Brave (12 May 1258 – 25 April 1295) was the King of Castile, León and Galicia from 1284 to his death. He was the second son of Alfonso X and Yolanda, daughter of James I of Aragon.

Crown of Castille and Lyon Date unknown Spain/Granada/Royal Chapel I like the idea of the crenellation, but not the execution. I really want my coronet to flair.

Crown from gilded copper with turquoise, rock crystal, ruby, and pearl inlays.  From the "Tibet: Treasures from the Roof of the World" traveling exhibition.  Nepal. c.1000-1200. Potala Palace.

Potala Palace Crown, Tibet Inset with Buddha in varied postures. Gilded copper with turquoise, rock crystal, ruby, and pearl inlays.

Crown of Hildesheim, Germany (ca. 1000; gold, silver, cameos, pearls, precious gemstones).

The Crown of Hildesheim, showing a cameo and flat plaques of venetian-style patterned glass used as "gems". Cathedral of St. From: Early Medieval European Crowns and Coronets

The crown and scepter belonging to the Royal Collections of National Heritage, which since the reign of Isabel II were used in the ceremonies of proclamation of the Kings of Spain and are the symbols of the highest representation of the Spanish monarchy are seen during King Felipe VI of Spain's first speech to make his proclamation as King of Spain to the Spanish Parliament, 19.06.2014 in Madrid, Spain.

The crown and scepter belonging to the Royal Collections of National Heritage, which since the reign of Isabel II were used in the ceremonies of proclamation of the Kings of Spain.

Napoleon Bonaparte´s diamond diadem, which was made for the coronation in 1804 and sold in 1887 by the French Republic when it was purchased by the jewelry store of Van Cleef and Arpels at New York, in whose possession it remains today.

Napoleon's Wreath This is a replica of the Gold Wreath used by Napoleon in his Roman Empire inspired coronation.

Crown of Queen Christina, made for her mother. As her coronation and state crown Christina of Sweden used the crown that her mother Maria Eleonora of Brandenburg had used as the queen consort. It was made in Stockholm in 1620 and had arches in gold with black enameling and set with rubies and diamonds, with a small blue enameled orb and a cross, added a cap of purple satin, embroidered in gold, to the inside of the crown. The circlet of the crown has eight large rubies and diamonds.

Crown of Queen Christina, made for her mother. As her coronation and state crown…

Lady Margaret Plantagenet Crown worn at her wedding on 9th July 1468 to Charles the Bold of Bruges, it bears her name and the white roses of York in coloured enamel and is encrusted with pearls

Lady Margaret Plantagenet Crown worn at her wedding on July 1468 to Charles the Bold of Bruges, it bears her name and the white roses of York in coloured enamel and is encrusted with pearls

St Edward’s Crown was made in 1661 for the coronation of Charles II, because the original Crown Jewels had been melted down by Oliver Cromwell. It takes it’s name from the crown of Edward the Confessor that was used to crown the monarchs from William I to King John.

British Crown Jewels: St Edward's Crown is the official coronation crown, used at the actual moment of crowning when the Archbishop of Canterbury places it on the head of the new sovereign in Westminster Abbey.

MAGESTIC QUEEN KING GOLD CROWN Finally a crown truly fit for a Queen or King, this extraordinary crown measures 3 inches tall in 6 1/2, through  8 in wide large

Majestic Queen King Full Gold Crown

MAJESTIC QUEEN KING GOLD CROWN Finally a crown truly fit for a Queen or King, this extraordinary crown measures 3 inches tall in 6 through 8 in wide large filigree scattered throughout.

The German State Crown. It disappeared during WWII from  the Hohenzollern museum at Schloss Monbijou in Berlin and has never been seen again.

GERMANY / PRUSSIA_The German State Crown. It disappeared during WWII from the Hohenzollern museum at Schloss Monbijou in Berlin and has never been seen again.

Charlemagne's Crown  The Iron Crown, made of gold and iron (reported to be a nail from the true cross) and set with precious stones  held in place by a mixture of beeswax and clay, a common adhesive of the times (700 and 780 AD)

The Iron Crown of Charlemagne made of gold and iron and set with precious stones between 700 and 780 AD. Charlemagne was crowned the first Holy Roman Emperor, reputedly with the Iron Crown, by Pope Leo III in Rome on Christmas Night, 800 AD.

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.

Phoenix crown worn by the Ming Dynasty Empress Xiaoduan. She was the wife of Emperor Wanli who reigned from 1573 to 1620. The enameled crown is decorated with pearls and turquoise. There is another view on the next page.

Enamel, Pearls & Turquoise Phoenix Crown of Ming Dynasty Empress Xiaoduan, wife of Emperor Wanli

The Crown of Boleslaw Chrobry (Boleslaw the Brave) according to a legend was handed over to the first Polish monarch by Emperor Otto III, bu...

POLAND_The Crown of Boleslaw Chrobry (Boleslaw the Brave) according to a legend was handed over to the first Polish monarch by Emperor Otto III, bu.

Corona Pahlavi, Irán.

The Pahlavi Crown, Iranian Crown Jewels,with which the Shah of Iran was crowned in crown is made of red velvet,gold and silver and it has 3380 diamonds and a 3 different rows there are a total of 369 natural emeralds and sapphires.

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