Lady Margaret Plantagenet Crown worn at her wedding on 9th July 1468 to Charles the Bold of Bruges, it bears her name and the white roses of York in coloured enamel and is encrusted with pearls

Lady Margaret Plantagenet Crown worn at her wedding on 9th July 1468 to Charles the Bold of Bruges, it bears her name and the white roses of York in coloured enamel and is encrusted with pearls

The Imperial Crown | 2 | Half of the 10th Century, Crown Cross addition from the early 11th century

The Imperial Crown | 2 | Half of the 10th Century, Crown Cross addition from the early 11th century

Crown of Queen Christina, made for her mother. As her coronation and state crown Christina of Sweden used the crown that her mother Maria Eleonora of Brandenburg had used as the queen consort. It was made in Stockholm in 1620 and had arches in gold with black enameling and set with rubies and diamonds, with a small blue enameled orb and a cross, added a cap of purple satin, embroidered in gold, to the inside of the crown. The circlet of the crown has eight large rubies and diamonds.

Crown of Queen Christina, made for her mother. As her coronation and state crown Christina of Sweden used the crown that her mother Maria Eleonora of Brandenburg had used as the queen consort. It was made in Stockholm in 1620 and had arches in gold with black enameling and set with rubies and diamonds, with a small blue enameled orb and a cross, added a cap of purple satin, embroidered in gold, to the inside of the crown. The circlet of the crown has eight large rubies and diamonds.

A large diadem, a unique monument of ancient jewelry, dating, like most of the items found by Schliemann 19 Trojan treasures period of Troy IIg (2400-2200 BC), ie it refers to the era of the early Bronze Age.

A large diadem, a unique monument of ancient jewelry, dating, like most of the items found by Schliemann 19 Trojan treasures period of Troy IIg (2400-2200 BC), ie it refers to the era of the early Bronze Age.

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