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SCA - Coronets and Crowns

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.

The Iron Crown, different view showing the enameling detail.

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.

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.

The History of the Kingdom of The West -- Arts and Sciences Photos

Bill Dawson - Metalsmith - SCA Regalia

Baronial coronet. Brass & nickle silver. Pearl, azurite.

baronial coronet by www.dragonsjewels...

baronial coronet by www.dragonsjewels...

foldable baronial coronet by www.dragonsjewels...

foldable baronial coronet by www.dragonsjewels...

St Wenceslas Crown, Bohemia, 1347

Crown of Emperor Heinrich II, 1270, Munich Residence, Treasury.

The Płock Diadem (Polish: Diadem płocki) was created in the beginning of the 13th century[1] probably in Hungary. This filigree diadem is wrought of extremely pure gold and set with sapphires, rubies and pearls

Crowns 14th Century > present

The Crown of Margaret of York made circa 1300 CE.

Early Medieval Circlet from a Royal Lady's burial vault Finland/Kemi/Gemstone Gallery

In terms of their sheer volume and wealth, the treasure hoard at Nimrud has been compared to that of Egyptian king Tutankhamen. Astonishingly, these treasures were also overlooked by the ancient Medes and Scythians, who had sacked the Nimrud palace in 612 BC. In one tomb alone, there were over 450 items of gold and silver jewelry weighing around 22.5 kilograms! These included a single gold crown and diadem, 14 amulets, 79 earrings, 90 necklaces, 30 rings, and 15 gold or rock-crystal vessels.

Crown belonged probably to Margaret (13th century), Hungarian National Museum, Budapest

The Kunigunde Crown: One of the earliest known royal symbols is the Kunigunde crown. The crown belonged to the wife of the Emperor Henry II of Bavaria, the Empress Kunigunde. This crown was made around the early 10th century before Bavaria became a kingdom.

Antique French Silver Crown