|order||name||Introduction and description|
|01||Russia’s big crown||The most famous crown of the Russian Empire was made for the coronation of Queen Catherine II in 1762. It is decorated with nearly 5000 diamonds, 75 natural Indian pearls and a huge spinel. The frame is made of silver. In addition to the coronation ceremony, it is also worn at other solemn ceremonies. Nicholas II last wore it at the opening ceremony of the State Duma in 1906.|
|02||EMPRESS JOSEPHINE’S CAMEO TIARA||Josephine’s shell crown has been circulating for 200 years since its birth. Red gold is inlaid with pearls as the bottom support, surrounded by honeysuckle shapes, white as the main color, and there are seven shell reliefs higher than the plane. The shell carvings are engraved with characters from Greek mythology to express different meanings: the central shell carvings express love, engraved with mothers and children, and the left and right two are busts of a man and a woman respectively, They stared at the mother and son in the middle. The two behind are a man on crutches and Cupid on the knee of the goddess.|
|03||Cleopatra’s crown||Cleopatra was crowned Cleopatra in 40 BC. Although some relief and painting|
The painting depicts Cleopatra’s Queens wearing similar hats, but FA confirms that Cleopatra wore such a crown.
|04||St. Edward’s Crown||The crown of St. Edward is one of the crowns of the British royal family. This crown is dedicated to the coronation of the new monarch and also|
It is the crown of Eliza I. It was made for the coronation of Charles I in 1661. The real crown of St. Edward is already in grams
At renwell’s command, and the other jewels melted away.
|05||The crown of Charles||This crown represents the Christian Rights of the Anglican Church. It was made for the coronation of Charles II|
It is made and inlaid with precious treasures and pearls.
|06||Astrakhan crown||Crown: The Crown of Astrakhan, 17th century AD. Made of pure metal, set with 45 diamonds, 36 rubies, 21 sapphires, 37 emeralds and 51 pearls from the Strait of Hormuz.|
sapphires, 37 emeralds and 51 pearls from the Strait of Hormuz. The crown is named after Ivan IV’s region of government in the Volga Triangle in 1556.
|07||The Crown of Pearly Tears||in fact, Queen Mary of England had a replica of this crown, the English one, which was given to Diana, Princess of Wales, as a wedding present by a jeweller who converted the top,The British crown was given to Diana, Princess of Wales, as a wedding present, after the pearls at the top had been transformed into quartz, the famous ‘Pearl Tears’ crown.|
|08||The Crown of Astrakhan||The Crown of Astrakhan, 17th century AD. Made of pure metal, set with 45 diamonds, 36 rubies, 21 sapphires, 37 emeralds and 51 pearls from the Strait of Hormuz.|
sapphires, 37 emeralds and 51 pearls from the Strait of Hormuz. The crown is named after Ivan IV’s region of government in the Volga Triangle in 1556. Astrakhan.
|09||An ancient Central Asian crown||a similar crown with yellow metals and jewels, found in a royal tomb known as the Five Brothers in Central Asia. The yellow metals and jewels on the face shine brightly. These jewels date from around the fourth century BC.|
|10||The Ritual Crown of the Archbishop||1634 This crown is one of the most iconic pieces of embroidery. It was worn by Orthodox bishops and archbishops. The crown was worn by the bishops and archbishops of the Orthodox Church.|
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