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Crown of Byzatine Emperor Constantine IX Monomachus. 1042-1050, Bronze, cloisonne enamel,

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Gold bracelet or diadem.Culture/period: Phoenician 7thC BC-6thC BC. Italy,Sardinia,Oristano (province),Tharros. | © The Trustees of the British Museum

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Greek Bronze Tiara, 4th-3rd Century BC The front is decorated in an engraved herringbone pattern and palmettes with perforated ripples along the sides.

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Crown of Isabella I. One of many crowns that must have belonged to Queen Isabella I (r. 1474-1504) of Spain. It follows the tradition of many other crowns that were donated to Cathedrals, Chapels or Monasteries by Catholic monarch throughout Europe.

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Byzantine kamelaukion, crown of Constance of Aragon (1179-1222), Holy Roman Empress, Queen of Sicily, wife of Frederick II. Royal Palace, Naples, Italy.

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Crown of Blanche of Valois, Queen consort of King Charles I, Bohemia (ca. 1345; gold, enamel, precious and semi-precious gemstones). Part of the Środa Treasure.

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Crown Imperial Lily (Fritillaria imperialis)

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Detail of the votive crown of Visigoth king Reccesuinth († 672). Made of gold and precious stones in the 2nd half of the 7th century. Its part of the so-called Treasure of GuarrazaR National Archaeological Museum of Spain

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Christmas, 2010 Fenton Red Carnival Glass Luxemberg Crown Bowl

Fenton Red Carnival Glass Luxemberg Crown Bowl

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