The gold crown decorated with an amethyst bust of a woman was found at the Khokhlach Burial Mound, near Novocherkassk and dates back to the first century AD.

The gold crown decorated with an amethyst bust of a woman was found at the Khokhlach Burial Mound, near Novocherkassk and dates back to the first century AD.

Diadem from the Khokhlach Barrow |   1st century AD | Hermitage Museum, Russia

Diadem from the Khokhlach Barrow | 1st century AD | Hermitage Museum, Russia

St Wenceslas Crown, Bohemia, 1347 Crown of Saint Wenceslas is the part of Bohemian Crown Jewels (also called Czech treasure) made in 1347. The eleventh king of Bohemia from the House of Luxembourg, and Holy Roman Emperor Charles IV had it made for his coronation and forthwith he dedicated it to the first patron saint of the country St. Wenceslas and bequeathed it as a state crown for the coronation of future Bohemian kings, his successors to the Bohemian throne.

St Wenceslas Crown, Bohemia, 1347 Crown of Saint Wenceslas is the part of Bohemian Crown Jewels (also called Czech treasure) made in 1347. The eleventh king of Bohemia from the House of Luxembourg, and Holy Roman Emperor Charles IV had it made for his coronation and forthwith he dedicated it to the first patron saint of the country St. Wenceslas and bequeathed it as a state crown for the coronation of future Bohemian kings, his successors to the Bohemian throne.

Gold diadem. Greek, probably made inAlexandria, Egypt, and belonging to a noblewoman of the Ptolemaic dynasty(220–100 BC): the clasp is shaped as a Herakles knot

Gold diadem. Greek, probably made inAlexandria, Egypt, and belonging to a noblewoman of the Ptolemaic dynasty(220–100 BC): the clasp is shaped as a Herakles knot

The Iron Crown of Lombardy. Denmark. Great website. Crowns from all over the world

The Iron Crown of Lombardy. Denmark. Great website. Crowns from all over the world

Crown of Hildesheim, Germany (ca. 1000; gold, silver, cameos, pearls, precious gemstones).

Crown of Hildesheim, Germany (ca. 1000; gold, silver, cameos, pearls, precious gemstones).

Egypt | Two pairs of Mamluk gold earrings | ca. 1250 AD to 1517 BC | Price on request, sold separately

Egypt | Two pairs of Mamluk gold earrings | ca. 1250 AD to 1517 BC | Price on request, sold separately

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