Crown of Margaret of York (1446-1503) Made to fit over a henin (conical headdress) and worn to her wedding to Charles of Burgundy in July, 1468. Margaret's crown of silver-gilt, enamel, precious stones and pearls is one of only two English crowns from the medieval regalia to have survived Cromwell's ravages
Crown of the Golden Madonna. The Golden Madonna of Essen is ca. 980. In about 993, Emperor Otto III donated this crown, which is believed to have been his coronation crown, and does appear at any rate to have been made for a child originally, as it's quite small.