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Queen Victoria’s Diamond Crown. 1187 diamonds all came from a necklace she owned. She found the Imperial State Crown too heavy & could not be used with her mourning veil, and very much resented the complicated procedures involved when removing the crown from the Tower of London.

Queen Victoria's Crown This small beautiful crown of heraldic Tudor form was ordered by Queen Victoria at own expense for her personal use in She found the Imperial State Crown too heavy.

1661 St. Edward's Crown was refurbished for Charles II's coronation from an old crown. The gold may have come from Edward the Confessor's crown.

Edwards Crown of the British Crown Regalia. This is the Crown the sovereign is crowned with. They are later presented to the public in the Imperial Crown.

Queen Victoria Crown, she wore this crown after the death of Prince Albert.

Small diamond crown, worn by Queen Victoria for her official Diamond Jubilee portrait in made by Garrard but not from the Cullinan Diamond

Queen Victoria’s famous miniature crown, containing 1,200 diamonds.  I hesitated about including this in a pin, because it's a ridiculous little object, really.  But still.  It sparkles.

The Queen of Diamonds: On show at the Palace, a dazzling collection of jubilee jewels

Queen Victoria's miniature crown measures just across by high, but contains an astonishing diamonds. Made by Garrard, designed to be worn over the veil.

Queen Victoria's Crown

Queen Victoria's small diamond crown was created at the request of Queen Victoria in 1870 as she found the Imperial State Crown too heavy - part of the Crown Jewels in The Tower of London.The Queen 'asks, so shall she receive'.

The Nuptial crown of the Romanov’s was probably made by Nichols & Plinkle in 1844.  It was made from diamonds which were set into a bejeweled belt.  The crown was mounted in silver and set in gold.  It is decorated with 320 diamonds which weigh 182 carats and a further 1200 smaller diamonds which weigh 82 carats.

The Nuptial crown of the Romanov’s was probably made by Nichols & Plinkle in It was made from diamonds which were set into a bejeweled belt. The crown was mounted in silver and set in gold. It is decorated with 320 diamonds which weigh 182 carats

The crown of Princess Margaret of York - sister of Edward IV and wife of Charles the Bold, Duke of Burgundy. Made in c. 1461 this is one of only two English crowns from the medieval period that survive intact.

A crown for a Margaret! The crown of Margaret of York - sister of King Richard III and wife of Charles the Bold, Duke of Burgundy.The crown is one of only two English crowns from the medieval regalia to have survived being destroyed by Oliver Cromwell.

The Crown of the Queens of Bavaria, which was made for the then queen, Karoline of Baden and which contains huge pearls and large diamonds.

The Crown of the Queens of Bavaria, which was made for the then queen, Karoline of Baden and which contains huge pearls and large diamonds. Not too shabby!

Kingdom:  A #crown for the #Kingdom ~ Coronet of Prince Fredrik Adolf of Sweden.

Crowns of the Princes & Princesses of Sweden (Spot the Differences)

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

made for Queen Adelaide of Sachsen-Meiningen (1792-1849), wife of King William IV (1756-1837).   This crown was used for just one coronation ceremony. After this, all jewels were removed and re-used to make other jewelry.

made for Queen Adelaide of Sachsen-Meiningen wife of King William IV This crown was used for just one coronation ceremony. After this, all jewels were removed and re-used to make other jewelry.

queen victoria crown | This jeweled crown originally belonged to Queen Victoria. It is kept ...

GREAT BRITAIN_Queen Victoria's small diamond crown on display in the Jewel House at the Tower of London

Queen Mary’s circlet is taken from Queen Mary’s original crown which was constructed in such a way that the arches could be removed allowing the crown to be worn as a circlet. The crown was first worn on 22nd June 1911

Queen Elizabeth II Royal Collection: Queen Mary’s Circlet is taken from Queen Mary’s original crown which was constructed in such a way that the arches could be removed allowing the crown to be worn as a circlet. The crown was first worn on 22 June

Königliche Juwelen: Königin Alexandra Krone

Queen Alexandra's Crown was a new consort crown whose style was more akin to European royal crowns, than the standard style of British crowns. The arches were detachable which, like the Crown of Queen Elizabeth, meant the crown could be worn as a circlet.

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