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CROWNS~The British Crown Jewels are a symbol of monarchy for the British people. They have been used by Kings and Queens since 1661 or earlier.

The Angouleme Emerald Tiara worn by Marie Antoinette and made by Evrard and Frederic Bapst for the French crown jewels in 1820. There are 1031 diamonds and 40 emeralds in the setting. When sold in 1887, an observer remarked that anyone who had not seen it 'does not know what an emerald is, the green stones alternate with the brilliants in such a manner that there is an interplay of coloured light, the effect of which is magical.'

The Angouleme Emerald Tiara worn by Marie Antoinette and made by Evrard and Frederic Bapst for the French crown jewels in There are 1031 diamonds and 40 emeralds in the setting. When sold in an observer remarked that anyone who had not seen it

Queen Elizabeth’s ruby and diamond earrings formerly belonging to Queen Mary, and the ruby and diamond necklace was given to the Queen by her parents as a wedding gift.

Queen Elizabeth's ruby and diamond earrings formerly belonging to Queen Mary and the ruby and diamond necklace bequeathed to the Queen Mother by Rose Greville, was given to the Queen by her parents as a wedding gift.

The Stewart Sapphire, which had been owned by the Royal House of Scotland for centuries, was also given to George III. The original owner of the sapphire was reputed to have been King Alexander II of Scotland, who had it  set into his crown for his coronation in 1214.  Edward I of England took the sapphire along with the Stone of Scone in 1296, during his invasion of Scotland. His grandson, King Edward III,  later returned the jewel to his brother-in-law David II of Scotland.

The Stewart Sapphire, which had been owned by the Royal House of Scotland for centuries, was given to George III. The original owner of the sapphire was reputed to have been King Alexander II of Scotland, who had it set in the crown for his coronation in

The Black Princes Ruby, which now forms part of the crown jewels, was presented to Edward, the Black Prince by  Pedro the Cruel of Castile,  in reward for Edwards putting down the revolt of Pedros illegitimate brother, Henry of Trastamara.  	The ruby has a long and fascinating history, possibly originating  from the historic ruby mines in Badakshan in present day Tajikistan, in middle of the fourteenth century it was in the  possession of Abu Said, the Moorish Prince of Granada.

Black Prince's Ruby, mounted above the band in the Imperial State Crown. A smaller true ruby can be seen at the top of the Spinel (it is a lighter tint of red).

Previously undiscovered photo of undocumented Russian Crown Jewels were discovered in the USGS library in 2012. The photo appear in a 1922 album called "Russian Diamond Fund." This photo, taken in 1925, shows the entire Russian jewelry collection. The four pieces portrayed in the album that do not appear in the later publication include a sapphire and diamond tiara, a sapphire bracelet, an emerald necklace, and a sapphire brooch in the shape of a bow.

Previously undiscovered photo of undocumented Russian Crown Jewels were…

The French Crown Jewels - A set of diamond leaf brooches that belonged to Empress Eugénie

The French Crown Jewels - A set of diamond leaf brooches that belonged to Empress Eugénie, wife of Napoleon III

A jewel of great sentimental value to the Danish Royal Family is the diamond and platinum Cartier tiara of Crown Princess Margarita of Sweden. Description from earth-god.ru. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Leaey-Spray Tiara 1905 English Rhinestone gold Crown Bridal Princess Tiara The Curved Base of the tiara rises toward the center, which is surmounted by volutes flanked on each side by a sequence of gr

St. Edwards Crown - Anne Boleyn is the only consort, before or since, to have been crowned with the St Edward crown, which is reserved for the actual monarch. On 1 June 1533, Anne was anointed, then this crown was placed on her, a spectre of gold was placed in her right hand, and a rod of ivory was placed in her left hand. She was basically crowned as regnant.

St Edwards Crown, the magnificent headpiece controversially used to crown Anne Boleyn.

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