Explore The Originals, Tiaras And Crowns, and more!

St Edwards Crown is the most important of all the crown jewels. It is with this crown that the monarch is crowned at the ceremony of the coronation. The original crown was melted down during Oliver Cromwell’s rule. When the monarchy was restored on 29th May, 1660, new regalia had to be made before there could be a coronation. A copy was instructed to be made, to be traditionally used at the actual moment of crowning, but never worn again during the reign. The crown is made of solid gold.

St Edward’s Crown St Edward's Crown This crown is one of the most important of all the Crown Jewels. It is the crown which is used at the moment of coronation.

The Queen always wears a statement piece of jewelry when she makes a formal appearance.  Most notably are what she wears atop her head.  The crowns and tiaras only a true queen could pull off. Girl…

British Crown Jewels: St Edward's Crown is the official coronation crown, used at the actual moment of crowning when the Archbishop of Canterbury places it on the head of the new sovereign in Westminster Abbey.

The British Imperial State Crown is the most magnificent of all the Crown Regalia. It was made in 1838 for the coronation of Queen Victoria, and then altered for the coronation of George VI in 1937 and Elizabeth II in 1953. It replaced the crown of St. Edward on the head of the ruler immediately after the coronation. Although the crown is modern in design it is set with very ancient gems.

The British Imperial State Crown is the most magnificent of all the Crown Regalia. It was made in 1838 for the coronation of Queen Victoria, and then altered for the coronation of George VI in 1937 and Elizabeth II in It replaced the crown of St.

The Crown of King Richard III

The Crown of King Richard III

The crown for King Richard III, commissioned by John Ashdown-Hill, is now complete! It will be on public display all day at Tewkesbury Abbey on May

St. Edward's Crown, England (1661; gold, silver, platinum, enamel, tourmalines, topazes, rubies, amethysts, sapphires, aquamarines, zircons, garnet, peridot, spinel, velvet, ermine). Royal Collection © Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.

Edwards Crown - Anne Boleyn is the only consort, before or since, to have been crowned with the St Edward crown, which is reserved for the actual monarch. I know she was crowned as a regent would have been.

Queen Alexandra's Crown, 1902.  The Koh-i-Noor diamond was set into Queen Alexandra's coronation crown, which also has 3,687 diamonds.  It is said that Queen Alexandra chose the design of the crown which has eight half-arches in the continental tradition.  According to legend, the Koh-i-Noor will bring bad luck to any male wearer and thus has been worn only by women since it came to Britain.   Royal Collection Trust.

Queen Alexandra's Crown, 1902. The Koh-i-Noor diamond was set into Queen Alexandra's coronation crown, which also has 3,687 diamonds. It is said that Queen Alexandra chose the design of the crown which has eight half-arches in the continental tradition. According to legend, the Koh-i-Noor will bring bad luck to any male wearer and thus has been worn only by women since it came to Britain. Royal Collection Trust.

Norway Queen’s Crown, 1830.

Queen’s Crown 1830 - Official and Historic Crowns of the World and their Locations

The Three Crowns of the Iranian Crown Jewels

The Pahlavi Crown, Iranian Crown Jewels,with which the Shah of Iran was crowned in crown is made of red velvet,gold and silver and it has 3380 diamonds and a 3 different rows there are a total of 369 natural emeralds and sapphires.

Queen Mary's Crown

Queen Mary’s Crown is set entirely with diamonds and crystals was made for Queen Mary when she was crowned Queen Consort with George VI in Since Queen Mary’s death on March 1953 her consort crown has remained unworn.

The crown of the Austrian Empire, in the imperial treasury at the Hofburg Palace, Vienna.

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