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Шапка Мономаха

Russia Monomakh's Cap in the foreground and Kazan Cap in the background

Cap of Monomakh, Late 13th-early 14th Century, Russia. Gold, silver, precious stones, pearls, fur, filigree, granulation, casting, chasing and engraving.

Russian Royal Headdress, Century: Shown and Listed Chronologically: Monomakh’s Cap Century], Altabasnaya (Sibir) Cap [Mid Century], and The Diamond Cap [Late Century].

Fa erge Easter Egg

Fabergé Easter Egg Silver, engraved and partially gilded with blue guilloché enamel, oval cabochon rubies, round and oval cabochon tourmalines, and rose cut diamonds; with nephrite jade pedestal. Egg topped by an Imperial double-headed Romanov eagle.

Imperial Jewels of the Diamond Fund of Russia

royals-and-quotes: “ Royal Crown - Russian Imperial Crown All regalia of Imperial Russia are kept in The Diamond Fund, Kremlin, Moscow.

Russian Crown Jewels

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.Living the History: Empress Matilda's Bling!

The imperial crown Second Half of the Century, crown cross addition of the early century

Reliquary Cross, 13th century - The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Image for paper bag batik. Reliquary Cross Date: century Culture: Byzantine or Russian Medium: Silver with traces of gilding, niello, granulated hinge, and a pearl Dimensions: Overall: 5 x 4 x in.

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~they placed the metal ring upon my head, its dark iron a stark contrast to the blazing gold growing from my head; it was unlike any other crown; this was a mourning crown~


wn Egg before 4 colors of gold (pink, yellow, green, very light green) and white gold (or platinum? 340 diamonds carats in total); Kept in Ottawa, Canada (private collection).

Kokoshnik (Russian headdress), late 1700s,  The Costume Institute of the Metropolitan Museum of Art (Brooklyn Museum Collection)

Headdress Date: early century Culture: Russian Medium: silk, pearls, metal, cotton, paper The Metropolitan Museum of Art.