Top 100 Royal Crowns Ever | Pica LéLa

Top 100 Royal Crowns Ever

When you think of medieval history or high fantasy, the picture just isn’t complete without a crown-wearing King or Queen. It’s very telling of our human nature

Crown of the Kingdom of Kazan.  Gold, precious stones and pearls. Russia. 1553.  Armoury Chamber of the Moscow Kremlin.  Diamond Fund. Moscow, Russia.

(Russia) Crown of the Kingdom of Kazan. Armoury Chamber of the Moscow Kremlin.

Queen Marie's crown detail. Some of the gems are turquoise, moonstone, and amethyst.

crown of Queen Marie of Romania, detail. Some of the gems are turquoise, moonstone, and amethyst. Queen Marie was fond of the medieval style.

Gold crown with pendant from Hellenistic age, From Thessaly (Greece), Goldsmith art, Greek Civilization, 4th-1st Century BC

Gold crown with pendant from Hellenistic age, From Thessaly (Greece), Goldsmith art, Greek Civilization, Century bce

Crown of Elizabeth of Bosnia

Elizabeth Kotromanic of Bosnia (c. 1339 - January 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

Sarmatian Diadem, 2nd-1st Centuries B.C., gold, nephrite, agate, carnelian, glass, garnet: hammering, brazing, grinding, carving

Sarmatian Gold Diadem - c. Century BCE - garnet, nephrite, agate, carnelian, and glass

Germany, 1450  This is the Coronet that I want if I am ever made a Baroness in the SCA.

Germany, 1450 This is the Coronet that my new SCA baronial coronet is being based on.

Illustration of the five Roman crowns awarded to military personnel during the Republican period and early Roman empire: Civica, Muralis, Graminea or Obsidionalis, Vallaris and Navalis. See below for full explanation of each.

Condecoraciones romanas Illustration of the five Roman crowns awarded to military personnel during the Republican period and early Roman empire: Civica, Muralis, Graminea or Obsidionalis, Vallaris and Navalis. See below for full explanation of each.

Daniel de Blare and Aeschine Colquhoun Viscounty Coronets - Made with a nitric acid etching (lettering) by Diane de Winchester and hand pierced foliated scrollwork by Mark von dem Falkensfenn. The black and red square "stones" are enamels with gold foil beneath.

The summer crown editions! Thin and light, just right for those hot summer days!

The Crown of Otto III (980-1002), King of the Germans and Holy Roman Emperor.

Ottonian crown on display at Essen’s cathedral treasury, ca. Long believed to be the infant crown of king of Romans Otto III

Crown, Hungary, 14th century, gold, cabochon stones, found among the ruins of Várad cathedral, On the death of her father in 1382, Sigismund of Luxemburg (1368-1437)'s betrothed, Mary, became queen of Hungary and Sigismund married her in 1385 in Zólyom (today Zvolen). The next year, he was accepted as Mary's future co-ruler by the Treaty of Győr. @ Hungarian National Museum http://andrejkoymasky.com/liv/cro/eu1/aus18.html

Crown, Hungary, 14th century, gold, cabochon stones, found among the ruins of Várad cathedral, On the death of her father in 1382, Sigismund of Luxemburg (1368-1437)'s betrothed, Mary, became queen of Hungary and Sigismund married her in 1385 in Zólyom (today Zvolen). The next year, he was accepted as Mary's future co-ruler by the Treaty of Győr. @ Hungarian National Museum http://andrejkoymasky.com/liv/cro/eu1/aus18.html

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Vintage Ephemera: Crowns, crowns and more beautiful crowns! - this is for whenever you take over a country and declare yourself emperor and are all out of crown ideas

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