Crown of Margaret of York (1446-1503) Made to fit over a henin (conical headdress) and worn to her wedding to Charles of Burgundy in July, 1468. Margaret's crown of silver-gilt, enamel, precious stones and pearls is one of only two English crowns from the medieval regalia to have survived Cromwell's ravages
Metal English Crown
Metal English Crown - From Antiquefarmhouse.com - http://www.antiquefarmhouse.com/past/glam/metal-english-crown.html
Vintage English Crown Staffordshire Chintz Fine Bone China Tea Cup, Saucer Trio Tea Party - c. 1930s
Vintage English Crown Staffordshire Chintz Fine by MariasFarmhouse
The oldest surviving crown of an English Queen, 1370-80, composed of gold, pearls, enamel, rubies, emeralds and diamonds.
Give your toddler in a tiara the royal treatment with the crown jewels atop her tiny head. Plus, they only look expensive! Each one costs less than $5 to make!