The Crown Jewels are protected by Yeoman Guards in the Jewel House of the Tower of London but you can now own a Coronation Set to treasure – in miniature. This very special collection has been skilfully hand cast by English artisans and gold or silver toned featuring the finest Swarovski crystals to create authentic replicas of Britain’s most priceless treasures.
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Fine Attention to Detail
The fine attention to detail given to each piece shows the true craftsmanship in recreating these iconic treasures. With the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee this year, there has never been a greater reason to celebrate and commemorate the occasion and this magnificent collection can be passed through future generations. The Coronation Set comes in a beautiful presentation case with a card detailing the history of the original pieces.
Seven of the Main Pieces used in the Coronation of a British Monarch
The St. Edward’s Crown:
Made for Charles II in 1661 and believed to contain the ancient crown of Edward the Confessor.
The Imperial State Crown:
Contains The Black Prince’s Ruby, The Stuart Sapphire, The 2nd Star of Africa Diamond and over 3,000 precious gems and pearls.
The Sovereign’s Sceptre with the Cross:
Made for Charles II in 1661 but altered in 1910 when the 1st Star of Africa diamond was added.
The Sovereign’s Orb:
Made in 1661 for Charles II.
The Commonwealth Bracelets:
(Armills) were a gift to Queen Elizabeth II, for her coronation in 1953.
The Coronation Ring:
Made for William IV in 1831.