Item Number: 105282
Title: Crown Jewellery & Regalia of the World
Author: Brus, Rene
Price: Not Available
Description: Amsterdam: Pepin Press, 2011. 30cm., hardcover, 352276pp. illus. English text. Summary: From the earliest times, crowns have served as symbols of religious position and as signifiers of rank. Throughout the centuries and from culture to culture, crowns have varied in shape, material, usage and symbolism. Crown Jewellery gives us an overwhelming overview including many photos of the actual crowns and regalia of the world. This publication highlights the evolution of crowns, different types and forms and their origins, and the precious materials used to make them. Royal events and ceremonies such as weddings, coronations and funerals are abundantly illustrated with extraordinary photos. In addition to royal ceremonies, the spiritual and religious ceremonies of ordinary life are also highlighted in this abundantly illustrated publication.
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