History and Ledgend of the Royal Crown
Crowns have been used for thousands of years to distinguish royalty from the masses.They have served as status symbols for royals, often extremely ornate and expensive, encrusted with gemstones and large jewels.
In modern times, the Crown Jewels of the United Kingdom are seen as not only a symbol of the status of the royal family, but also as symbols of equality, justice, spirituality and mercy. Many of the pieces of the official Crown Jewels are over 100 years old.
The famous St. Edward’s Crown is encrusted with citrines, tourmalines, amethysts, topazes and sapphires, and is made of solid gold and was used to crown Queen Elizabeth II. Crowns used by the modern day royal family are exquisitely made examples of fine craftsmanship, representing the wealth and power of the royal family.
In medieval times, crowns would have been simpler, less ornate and more painstakingly made, but still would have been made of precious metals such as gold, silver and bronze.
The crown is commonly known as a symbol of loyalty and love.
The King and Queen Crown Rings
Drawing inspiration from the more simple and elegant crown designs, there are now fashionable crown rings. These rings are reminiscent of a chic gothic style and will appeal to men and women with its unpretentious and edgy sophistication. Crown rings such as the King and Queen Crown Rings are an understated way to tell someone that they are the ruler of your heart, and that you are loyal to them forever.
Also, because the crown rings are stackable with other rings, they fit right into the stackable rage that is in fashion now. They are an interesting yet simple accent stacking ring to create unique and changeable looks, meaning you will want to wear the crown ring every day. They are a fashion forward and contemporary nod to the Claddagh rings of Irish heritage.
The oxidized silver gives them a medieval gothic look that will compliment any wardrobe and style. Although they do have a bit of an edgy look, the black oxidized silver rings are understated enough that they would look appropriate with everyday casual wear, or even business attire. They are cutting edge enough for a teenager but also timeless enough for all ages – the perfect combination of high fashion and enduring style. The polished silver option looks elegant and classic. They could even serve as beautiful promise rings or even wedding rings to celebrate the moment when the king and queen are joined in love.
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The Royal Crown Fashion Styles from Celebrities
Styled by the royal crowns, the celebrities are turned into the fashion Quees!
Nick Knight’s editorial images of Lady Gaga, featured in Vanity Fair, ShowStudio
Lady Gaga and her Black Crown
High Fashion Editorial look – Balck Crowns
– Etsy Treasury by Jayne
– History and Ledgend of the Royal Crown
– The famous St. Edward’s Crown used to crown Queen Elizabeth II
– Symbolism and Significance of Crowns
– The King and Queen Crown Rings
– Fashion and Symbolism of Crown Rings
– The Royal Crown Fashion Styles from Celebrities
– Etsy Treasure: Its Good To Be Queen