The diamond belle epoque kokoshnik of Grand Duchess Hilda of Baden. Made by Schmidt Staub of Pf0rzhiem 1907, designed as a series of garlands and alternating undulating diamond band, hung with large, suspended diamond spacers from a top band of diamonds; and connecting at the bottom to a base of three different cuts of diamonds. Purchased by Badisches Landesmuseum in 1984 and on display to the public in Karlsruhe.

The diamond belle epoque tiara kokoshnik of Grand Duchess Hilda of Baden. Made by Schmidt Staub of 1907 Purchased by Badisches Landesmuseum in 1984 and on display to the public in Karlsruhe.

Coroa de Otto III    Alemanha / Karlruhe / Badisches Landesmuseum (1crown exposição permanente)

The crown of the King of Sweden was manufactured in Stockholm in 1561 by a Flemish goldsmith named Cornelius ver Welden for the Swedish King Eric XIV. From: Ferre Bee Keeper, please visit

Coroa de Otto III    Alemanha / Karlruhe / Badisches Landesmuseum (1crown exposição permanente)

Crown of Augustus II of Saxony Germany/ Munich/Rezidenz Palace Museum (Permanent Display crowns)

Cycladic three figurines group, marble, from the early cycladic II period. Currently located at the Badisches Landesmuseum, Karlsruhe, Germany.

Cycladic three figurines group, marble, from the early Cycladic II period. Currently located at the Badisches Landesmuseum, Karlsruhe, Germany.

1698 - 1707 wax portrait of Markgräfin Sibylla Augusta von Baden mit ihren Kindern (Badisches Landesmuseum, Karlsruhe)

1698 - 1707 wax portrait of Markgrafin Sibylla Augusta von Baden with her children (Badisches Landesmuseum, Karlsruhe)

The Queen Consort's Crown's intricate workmanship gives the crown of Queen Maria Eleonora its intended sparkle. This Queen, who ruled in her own right, knew how to impress as is evident by this spectacular crown. It is considered the official crown to be used by the Consort Queens even though, in modern times, the Swedish Royal family doesn't wear crowns ... they are merely displayed at high state functions.

The Queen Consort's Crown Extreme intricate workmanship gives the crown of Queen Maria Eleonora its purposefully intended sparkle.

https://flic.kr/p/tsSee7 | Roman mosaic from Veii (Isola Farnese, Italy) depicting an African elephant being loaded onto a ship, 3rd-4th century AD, Badisches Landesmuseum Karlsruhe, Germany | Veii may have been one of the old wild-animal depots of the Imperial regime. The mosaic was discovered in 1889.

Roman mosaic from Veii (Isola Farnese, Italy) depicting an African elephant being loaded onto a ship, century AD, Badisches Landesmuseum Karlsruhe, Germany

Painted terracotta funerary urn lid of an Etruscan woman, from Chiusi, ca. 150-120 BC. Currently in the  Badisches Landesmuseum Karlsruhe, Germany. The extant paint has been enhanced. Note the clavi on the woman's vestis longa, and the red border on her palla.

Painted terracotta funerary urn lid of an Etruscan woman, from Chiusi, ca. 150-120 BC. Currently in the Badisches Landesmuseum Karlsruhe, Germany. The extant paint has been enhanced. Note the clavi on the woman's vestis longa, and the red border on her palla.

Coroa de Otto III    Alemanha / Karlruhe / Badisches Landesmuseum (1crown exposição permanente)

The Crown for the Hereditary Prince of Sweden displays a single silver wheat sheaf on the front. This is the symbol for the princes of Sweden.

Women with outstanding corpulence are often among the figurines of Neolithic artists - like here at this figure (6500 -. 6000 BC.), Probably from Hacılar.

Jungsteinzeit: Evolution und Revolution

mini-girlz: “Lush proportions - Known characteristic of Neolithic FigurinesWomen with outstanding corpulence are often among the figurines of Neolithic artists - like here at this figure -.

Arch Ducal Hat 1616  In Austria, the royal Princes were called Archdukes. This is a surviving crown used by a person of that rank.

Official and Historic Crowns of the World and their Locations: Croatia 32 Austria 33 Czech Republic 34 Sweden 35 Finland 36

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