A golden wreath of finely crafted olive branches and ring from the burial of an Odrysian aristocrat found at the Golyamata Mogila, situated between the villages of Zlatinitsa and Malomirovo in the Yambol region, Bulgaria. Dated to the mid century BC.
The Imperial State Crown of Great Britain, Tower of London. It incorporates the "Black Prince's Ruby", a 140 ct. This image of the crown was taken prior to the 1953 coronation, when the crown was modified for Queen Elizabeth II
Faberge tiara with teardrop diamonds presented by Alexander I of Russia to Empress Josephine. In 1890 Faberge used them to create a tiara for descendants of Josephine's son, the Duke of Leuchtenberg. After WWI the tiara was inherited by Count of Flanders.
German: Essen crown - The small crown is the oldest surviving crown of lilies in Europe. The gold band with 4 lilies is decorated with filigree patterns of coupled gold wires, set with pearls and precious stones.
c AD Roman Snake Ring composed of a single strand of gold, coiled three times to form the hoop and twisted into a figure of eight at each end w snake head terminals, w added granular and incised decoration
German: Wedding Crown c Last owned by Blanche de Valois the first wife of Charles IV. It is the most valuable item of the Środa Treasure -a hoard of precious golden items was found in the rubble of some demolition work in the Old Town area.
OPULENT BYZANTINE CROWN - for the Great Queen of Winter, as Byzantium continued to dominate Russian Royal Fashion for centuries. Here, the century crown of the Empress Constanza of Aragon, wife of Emperor Friedrich II of Hohenstaufen.