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Nepal | Buddhist officiant (Mukata) Vajrasattva headdress; copper, gold, inlaid with stones | c. 1145

Buddhist Officiant (Mukata) Vajrasattva Headdress, Made of Copper and Gold, Inlaid with Stones, Circa Nepal

Crown of Constanza of Aragon, (1179-1222), wife firstly of King Emeric of Hungary, but known better as Empress through her second marriage, to Frederick II, Holy Roman Emperor.

OPULENT BYZANTINE CROWN - for the Great Queen of Winter, as Byzantium continued to dominate Russian Royal Fashion for centuries. Here, the century crown of the Empress Constanza of Aragon, wife of Emperor Friedrich II of Hohenstaufen.

ORLOV DIAMOND~one of the biggest and most famous Imperial jewels known since 1784.The diamond could probably be the part of Great Mogul Diamond. In 1773 Grigoriy Orlov presented the jewel to Catherine II of Russia in her birthday, in a simple flowers bouquet trying to return her love; the present became outstanding within a few days as none of European monarchs has got the equal jewel in the collection. The diamond became a part of Russian Imperial scepter ca 1775.

The Orlov Diamond (Catherine the Great’s crown jewel) The Armory at the Moscow Kremlin is home to Catherine the Great’s imperial scepter, which is set with a huge, green-tinted diamond, with 180 facets and a weight of carats.

Queen Elizabeth's tiara

The 'Girls of Great Britain & Ireland' Tiara. In 1893 a committee was formed by Lady Eve Greville to raise money from the 'Girls of Great Britain & Ireland' to purchase a wedding gift for Princess Mary of Teck, the future queen Mary.

Sweden /Stockholm/ State Historical Museum (Permanent Display 1relic crown, 1 medieval circlet). Crown of St.Elizabeth. Frederick II, Holy Roman Emperor

Crown of St.Elizabeth Frederick II, Holy Roman Emperor, donated two crowns to be reworked in forming a crown/lid for the holy reliquary of St Elizabeth.

Romania Queen Mary (QueenMarie) wearing a Sapphire Cartier Crown decorated with pearls and decorations

Queen Marie of Romania wearing an Antique Tiara , Romania (made by Cartier, sapphires, pearls, diamonds).