SCA - Coronets and Crowns
SCA coronets for a Baron and Baroness ~ This is a beautiful design!
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Funeral crown of the queen, Anna of Antioch - Found from the graves of Béla III (1172-96), via Flickr.
According to google translate: Chaplet, German, circa 1450.'s One of the oldest examples of this kind; in fine silver, circling the crown the word "faithful" is repeated four times, alternating with enamel roses. Was given on the occasion of a wedding. Nuremberg, Germany. National Museum
gioielli 1700 | La Zarina delle Collane
14th c. Amiens Cathedral France
Crown of the Golden Madonna. The Golden Madonna of Essen is ca. 980. In about 993, Emperor Otto III donated this crown, which is believed to have been his coronation crown, and does appear at any rate to have been made for a child originally, as it's quite small.
Elizabeth Kotromanic of Bosnia (c. 1339 - January 1387) was the daughter of Ban Stephen II of Bosnia who became queen of Hungary upon her marriage to Louis I, King of Hungary and Poland, in 1353. The Crown of Elizabeth Kotromanic of Bosnia in Zadar, was given by Louis I of Hungary to St. Simeon shrine in Zadar, Croatia.
Italian Queen Marie-Jose's Seed-Pearl tiara - She was the last Queen of Italy. Her thirty-five day reign as queen consort earned her the affectionate nickname the May Queen.
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German: Wedding Crown c 1329. Last owned by Blanche de Valois (1316-1348), 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. The crown is a unique piece of art, which has no parallels in the world. It is the only existing crown with eagles, which were an element of crown jewels after the 13th century, relating to the tradition of the empire.
The most valuable item is a crown whose last likely owner was Blanche de Valois, the first wife of Charles IV, who died in 1348, Poland.
Bill Dawson - Metalsmith - SCA Regalia
St Wenceslas Crown, Bohemia, 1347 Crown of Saint Wenceslas is the part of Bohemian Crown Jewels (also called Czech treasure) made in 1347. The eleventh king of Bohemia from the House of Luxembourg, and Holy Roman Emperor Charles IV had it made for his coronation and forthwith he dedicated it to the first patron saint of the country St. Wenceslas and bequeathed it as a state crown for the coronation of future Bohemian kings, his successors to the Bohemian throne.
St Wenceslas Crown, Bohemia, 1347
The Płock Diadem (Polish: Diadem płocki) was created in the beginning of the 13th century probably in Hungary. This filigree diadem is wrought of extremely pure gold and set with sapphires, rubies and pearls
Crowns 14th Century > present