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Cameo tiara belonging to Josephine made from a single shell of Cassis Cornuta, its shape following that of the shell. Engraved with five medallions surrounded by wreath- or beads-edging, with Apollo's chariot in the centre,& the 4 Seasons, represented by putti, on the sides. Embellished with rubies, emeralds and turquoises mounted on gold flower motifs. images - Royal Jewels of the World message board

Cameo tiara belonging to Josephine, made from a single shell of Cassis Cornuta…

Royal Family Around the World: The State Opening Of Parliament - Marks the formal start of the parliamentary year and the Queen's Speech sets out the governments agenda for the coming session on May 2016 in London, England.

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love this one - not my time period

Crown of King Augustus III, Poland (1733; silver-gilt, crystals). Originally, embellished with diamonds, emeralds, rubies and sapphires.

This is the Crown of Augustus III ~ Official and Historic Crowns of the World and their Locations: Serbia 28 Hungary 29 Poland 30 Central Africa 31

Stone Circle Metalsmithing  https://www.facebook.com/SCMetalsmithing/photos/a.325800297478444.76006.101226566602486/984988458226288/?type=3&theater

A circlet of hand carved cast bronze plaques on a nickle silver base. Each bronze plaque is different and is meant to represent a different person in the SCA that is special to Ulgar. Photo and design copyright Lisa Kelly

SCA Coronet for a Drachenwald Countess  https://www.facebook.com/evajohanna.arts.crafts

SCA Coronet for a Drachenwald Countess https://www.facebook.com/evajohanna.arts.crafts

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SCA coronet for a countess - Doesn't look like a county coronet.

Queen Victoria's Small Diamond Crown contains 1,187 diamonds

To celebrate the Diamond Jubilee, a magnificent new display of the Crown Jewels will be revealed to the public on 29 March at the Tower of London.

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