Crown of the Holy Roman Emperor of Austria – 962 -
We don't know when or if this item will be back in stock.
- All the Crowns are between 2 and 4cm tall
- made of Pewter Austrian Crystals, and Velvet
- Other Materials used are: 24K Gold Plate
- Comes in its own Presentation Box
Also know as the 'Reichskrone' and ' The Crown of Charlemagne', this ancient crown is believed to have been made at the Monastery of Reichenau for the Coronation of Emperor Otto I in 962. made of eight joined plated, four depict enameled figures of Our Lord enthroned in Majesty, King Solomon, Kings David and Hezekiah and the Prophet Iaiah. The remaining four plates are heavily set with large precious stones, the color and arrangement of which abounds with symbolic meanings. The crowns are kept at the Schatzkammer Museum, Vienna.