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Portuguese Crown in Diamonds Rubies Sapphires Emeralds and Gold 8.5 inches high

Portuguese Crown in Diamonds Rubies Sapphires Emeralds and Gold 8.5 inches high

Antique French Crown Tiara. Yes, I'd like to wear this.

Antique French Crown Tiara. Yes, I'd like to wear this.

Tiaras worn by queens and princesses  all over the world and by celebrities to  famous events such as the Oscars.

Tiaras worn by queens and princesses all over the world and by celebrities to famous events such as the Oscars.

Quinceanera crown

Quinceanera crown

Queen Elizabeth Crown ... State Opening of Parliament - House of Lords.

Queen Elizabeth Crown ... State Opening of Parliament - House of Lords.

Crown Coroa fechada / Século XVII / Portugal / Museu Nacional de Arte Antiga | source : Matrizpix.dgpc

Crown Coroa fechada / Século XVII / Portugal / Museu Nacional de Arte Antiga | source : Matrizpix.dgpc

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...

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...

Crown,Portugal.  Gold, Diamonds, Rubies, Emeralds

Crown,Portugal. Gold, Diamonds, Rubies, Emeralds

Corona de las reinas de Bavaria.

Corona de las reinas de Bavaria.

Imperial Crown of Brazil   The Imperial Crown of Brazil was created for Dom Pedro II in 1841 for his coronation. It is made of gold and contains 639 diamonds and 77 pearls. The crown is made up of eight half arches, topped with a jewelled cross. In 1889, Brazil abolished it’s monarchy, but unusually the crown jewels were kept safe. They now belong to the Brazilian State and are on display at the Imperial Museum of Brazil.

Imperial Crown of Brazil The Imperial Crown of Brazil was created for Dom Pedro II in 1841 for his coronation. It is made of gold and contains 639 diamonds and 77 pearls. The crown is made up of eight half arches, topped with a jewelled cross. In 1889, Brazil abolished it’s monarchy, but unusually the crown jewels were kept safe. They now belong to the Brazilian State and are on display at the Imperial Museum of Brazil.

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