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Incredible Crown Jewels From Around The World - Norway: The Norwegian Crown Jewels has nine items in its set: the king's crown, the sword of the realm, the king's sceptre, the king's orb, the queen's crown, the queen's sceptre, the queen's orb, the crown of the crown prince and the anointing horn. The coronation robes, two banners of the realm, and coronation thrones are also considered part of the set. Set in the king's crown are an emerald, a ruby, a topaz, an alexandrite, and a white…

Incredible Crown Jewels From Around The World - Norway: The Norwegian Crown Jewels has nine items in its set: the king's crown, the sword of the realm, the king's sceptre, the king's orb, the queen's crown, the queen's sceptre, the queen's orb, the crown of the crown prince and the anointing horn. The coronation robes, two banners of the realm, and coronation thrones are also considered part of the set. Set in the king's crown are an emerald, a ruby, a topaz, an alexandrite, and a white…

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Crown of Portugal 1817

Crown of Portugal 1817

Prince Charles of Wales Crown -  Single arched crown of gold over a Cap of Estate, made in 1728 for Prince Frederick Louis, son of King George II, and father of George III. This crown was used when he took his seat in the House of Lords where it was placed on a cushion in front of him. It was used subsequently in the same fashion, lastly by King Edward VII when he was Prince of Wales. It has not been used since.

Prince Charles of Wales Crown - Single arched crown of gold over a Cap of Estate, made in 1728 for Prince Frederick Louis, son of King George II, and father of George III. This crown was used when he took his seat in the House of Lords where it was placed on a cushion in front of him. It was used subsequently in the same fashion, lastly by King Edward VII when he was Prince of Wales. It has not been used since.

Incredible Crown Jewels From Around The World -Finland: The crown shown here was designed in 1918 for or the proposed King of Finland, but the proposed political situation changed before the crown could be used in the coronation ceremony of Finland's first independent monarch. It's never been used.

Incredible Crown Jewels From Around The World -Finland: The crown shown here was designed in 1918 for or the proposed King of Finland, but the proposed political situation changed before the crown could be used in the coronation ceremony of Finland's first independent monarch. It's never been used.

This is the crown used in the coronation ceremoni of Tonga’s King George Tupou V

This is the crown used in the coronation ceremoni of Tonga’s King George Tupou V

Crown Jewels of Serbia

Crown Jewels of Serbia

Incredible Crown Jewels From Around The World - Bavaria (Now Germany): In 1806 when Napoleon re-ordered the European map, he granted the German duchy of Bavaria kingdom status. The new King of Bavaria, Maximilian I, commemorated the event by ordering that crown jewels be made for the country's new monarchs. The crown was decorated with rubies, diamonds, emeralds, sapphires, and pearls. Today, the crown jewels are on show in the treasury of the Residenz palace in Munich.

Incredible Crown Jewels From Around The World - Bavaria (Now Germany): In 1806 when Napoleon re-ordered the European map, he granted the German duchy of Bavaria kingdom status. The new King of Bavaria, Maximilian I, commemorated the event by ordering that crown jewels be made for the country's new monarchs. The crown was decorated with rubies, diamonds, emeralds, sapphires, and pearls. Today, the crown jewels are on show in the treasury of the Residenz palace in Munich.

Tiaras of the Iranian Crown Jewels - Mineral - Polyvore

Tiaras of the Iranian Crown Jewels - Mineral - Polyvore

Incredible Crown Jewels From Around The World - Denmark: The Danish Crown Jewels consist of three crowns, a scepter, an orb, a sword of state, and an ampulla, or flask. The sword is the oldest item in the collection, dating to 1551. The Danish use the terms "old regalia" and "new regalia" to differentiate between the jewels that were in place before the creation of the absolute monarch in 1660.

Incredible Crown Jewels From Around The World - Denmark: The Danish Crown Jewels consist of three crowns, a scepter, an orb, a sword of state, and an ampulla, or flask. The sword is the oldest item in the collection, dating to 1551. The Danish use the terms "old regalia" and "new regalia" to differentiate between the jewels that were in place before the creation of the absolute monarch in 1660.

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