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    DeBeers: In celebration of the Jubilee Harrods commissioned 31 global brands to produce a crown.

    Crown jewels of England

    Queen Victoria's small diamond crown was created at the request of Queen Victoria in 1870 as she found the Imperial State Crown too heavy - part of the Crown Jewels in The Tower of London

    Queen's Diamond Jubilee: De Beers pay homage with a Talisman crown Diamond jeweller giant De Beers marks the Queen's Diamond Jubilee with a crown containing a staggering 974 diamonds, to be displayed in Harrods.

    Tudor Royal Crown

    Side view of the diadem of (French) Empress Joséphine de Beauharnais (Napoléon's first wife). Made for her coronation in December 1804.


    Crown of Queen Louisa Ulrika, consort of King Adolf Frederick, Sweden (1751; diamonds, enamel, silver, velvet). Crown of the queen consorts of Sweden.

    Duchess Royal Crown Tiara Windsor

    Queen Victoria's Widow Crown is one of the pieces displayed for the Queen's diamond Jubilee

    Puportedly Rennaisance Crown 1550 Portugal/Machado de Castro/National Museum

    Queen Victoria's small diamond crown on display in the Jewel House at the Tower of London

    This small diamond crown, as worn by Queen Victoria for her official Diamond Jubilee portrait in 1870, will also go on display. The crown was made by Garrard, but not made from the Cullinan Diamond.

    The Burmese Rose Tiara, part of Queen Elizabeth's collection.

    The coronation crown of Louis XV. It was originally set with the Regent and Sancy Diamonds, the Sancy being the larger stone at the top of the crown in the fleur-de-lis. The Regent is in the circlet on the front of the crown.

    The British Crown Jewels

    Queen's Consort Crown or Crown of Queen Christina and Queen Maria Eleonora, Sweden (1620; diamonds, rubies, gold, enamel).


    De Beers diamond and blue butterfly brooch.

    The Great Imperial Crown of Russia