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The Russian Imperial Crown. First used at the Coronation of Catherine the Great and last used at the coronation of Nicholas II.

The Russian Imperial Crown. First used at the Coronation of Catherine the Great and last used at the coronation of Nicholas II.Catherine’s crown was made of diamonds, hundreds of pearls and a 415 carat ruby purchased from a Chinese Emperor.

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The Russian Imperial Crown. First used at the Coronation of Catherine the Great and last used at the coronation of Nicholas II. The magnificent crown holds the second largest spinel in the world, a precious red spinel weighing an impressive carats.

Austrian Imperial Sceptor displayed at the Schatzkammer, Vienna, Austria.  Six layers of ornamentation lie beneath the bezel settings of the main diamond clasps.  Similar to the Crown and Imperial Orb, a large blue sapphire serves as the crowning ornament of the Scepter. The capsule at the end of the handle bears the signature of the goldsmith: “Andreas Osenbruck fecitt Anno 1615″.

Austrian Imperial Sceptor displayed at the Schatzkammer, Vienna, Austria. Six layers of ornamentation lie beneath the bezel settings of the main diamond clasps. Similar to the Crown and Imperial Orb, a large blue sapphire serves as the crowning ornament

The Russian Crown Jewels.  The crown at the top of the picture is Catherine the Great's Coronation Crown.

Imperial Crown of Russia created for the coronation of Catherine the Great, Russian Crown Jewels

Crown and Orb of Tsar Michael Romanov, Imperial Russian Crown Jewels

Imperial Russian Crown Jewels ~Crown and Orb from Tsar Micheal Romanov late century.

Catherine the Great crown

The Great Imperial Crown, Russian Crown Jewels, made for the Empress Catherine II the Great's coronation in 1762

Crown of Napoleon at The Louvre, Paris, France

“The Crown of Napoleon was a coronation crown manufactured for Emperor Napoleon I of the French and used in his coronation on December Napoleon called his new crown the Crown of Charlemagne,.

Crown of Louis XV of France

Louis XV King of France February 1710 – 10 May known as Louis the Beloved (Louis le bien aimé) was a monarch of the House of Bourbon who ruled as King of France from 1 September 1715 until his death. Crown of Louis XV of France.

Russian Royal tiara by rosalyn

Lotus-Motif Diamond and Ruby Tiara, part of the Imperial Ruby Parure; created by Bolin as a bridal gift for Marie Alexandrovna, Duchess of Edinburgh and Saxe-Coburg-Gotha and daughter of Tsar Alexander II of Russia upon her marriage to Prince Alfred.

Crown of St. Wenceslaus: The crown was made in 1347 for the eleventh king of Bohemia (and Holy Roman Emperor) Charles IV. It is wrought of extremely pure gold and decorated with 19 sapphires, 44 spinels, 1 ruby, 30 emeralds and 20 pearls. Charles dedicated the crown to Saint Wenceslas, the patron saint of Bohemia

Crown of St. Wenceslaus: The crown was made in 1347 for the eleventh king of Bohemia (and Holy Roman Emperor) Charles IV. Made of gold, 19 sapphires, 44 spinels, 1 ruby, 30 emeralds and 20 pearls

RUSSIA | The emerald and diamond tiara of Empress Alexandra Feodorovna of Russia | by the Russian jeweler Bolin.

Russian Jewels: the Colombian Tiara - c. Emerald and Diamond tiara of Empress Alexandra Feodorovna by the Russian jeweler Bolin.

A large diamond crown of the Empress Josephine of France, first wife of Napoleon I.

Marie Poutine's Jewels & Royals: August 2012 A large diamond crown of the Empress Josephine of France, first wife of Napoleon I

Imperial Crown of Russia created for the coronation of Catherine the Great, Russian Crown Jewels (close up)

Imperial Crown of Russia created for the coronation of Catherine the Great, via Russian Crown Jewels (close up). This fascinatingly beautiful .

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