The Crown of the Andes, a rare surviving example of and century colonial Spanish gold work, the oldest and largest collection of emeralds in the world and the oldest surviving emerald and gold crown or tiara,
The Devonshire Tiara also known as the Derby tiara was made for the wife of the Duke of Devonshire, Countess Louise von Alten. She was known as the 'Double Duchess', as she had previously been married to the Duke of Manchester.
THE 12 CROWNS (Art Nouveau decorative models by A. Seder Olive crown / Lilies crown / Roses Crown / Laurel crown (with Prussian eagle) / Thistle crown / Oak crown / Lily-of-the-valley crown / Daisy crown / Pomegranate crown / Spring flowers crown / Peacock crown / Palm crown / artwork by the Austrian artist prof. Anton Seder (1850-1916) J. Hofman Verlag Stuttgard, circa 1890
The crown is recorded in England in a list of jewels and plate drawn up in It probably belonged to King Edward III or Anne of Bohemia, the wife of King Richard II, who was deposed that year by Henry IV.