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The Imperial Crown of Russia, also known as the Small Imperial Crown, was used by the Emperors of Russia until the monarchy's abolition in 1917.
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The Russian Crown Jewels: Small imperial crown of the Russian Empire. #crown
The Imperial Crown of Russia, also known as the Small Imperial Crown, was used by the Emperors of Russia until the monarchy's abolition in 1917. Oh they found my princess crown ;)
ZsaZsa Bellagio – Like No Other: In the Princess Parlor
Queen Mary's Ring, Consort of King George V created in 1736
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Royal collection 1736
Ring, gold, silver, diamonds, enamel, hair, 1736. Presented to Sir John Chardin by Frederick, Prince of Wales; bequeathed to Sir Philip Musgrave; given to Queen Mary by Lord and Lady Cromer on her birthday, 26 May 1934. Chardin, son of a Huguenot jeweller, was a close friend of the Prince of Wales who acknowledged his friendship with this gift. It displays the Prince of Wales’s badge, a lock of his hair, and an engraved inscription from the Aeneid: Semper Honos Nomenque Tuum Laudesque ...
Queen Elizabeth, c.1590-1603. Miniature by Nicholas Hilliard. © Victoria & Albert Museum.
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Queen Elizabeth miniature by Nicholas Hilliard, c.1590-1603
Queen Elizabeth, c.1533-1603. Miniature by Nicholas Hilliard. © Victoria & Albert Museum.
Tiara of Empress Auguste Victoria of Germany
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Empress Augusta Victoria's Clover Crown~ ♛
Empress Augusta Viktoria's Clover crown
El Regente. Pertenece a la corona francesa desde 1717. Actualmente expuesto el el Louvre
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The Regent Diamond - 40.50 Carats, although it is now surpassed in weight by other famous diamonds, the exceptional limpidity and perfect cut of the Regent give it an uncontestable reputation as the most beautiful diamond in the world. Discovered in India in 1698, it was acquired by Thomas Pitt, Governor of Madras, who sent it to England where it was cut.
The Regent Diamond: 410 carats rough. Also known as “The Pitt,” after Thomas Pitt, president of Fort Madras. Pitt was accused of stealing the diamond from a poor Indian; Alexander Pope wrote a poem about it. Sold to France and stolen in 1792 with French Crown Jewels. Later discovered in a Paris garret. Once represented two-thirds of the value of France’s Crown Jewels; now in the Louvre.
Diamante Orlov.Engarzado en el Cetro Real de la Zarina Catalina la Grande