This state portrait of Queen Victoria by George Hayter (detail), shows her wearing the new Imperial State Crown "expressly made for the  solemnity of the Coronation" by Rundell, Bridge & Co., with 3,093 gems. George Hayter - http://www.gac. culture.gov.uk/ search/Object.asp?object_key=29134 - Public Domain

Georgian Jeweler to the “Ton”

This state portrait of Queen Victoria by George Hayter (detail), shows her wearing the new Imperial State Crown "expressly made for the solemnity of the Coronation" by Rundell, Bridge & Co., with 3,093 gems. George Hayter - http://www.gac. culture.gov.uk/ search/Object.asp?object_key=29134 - Public Domain

Rød dronning (Red Queen, nr. 1)  af Victoria Aveyard (249,95)

Rød dronning (Red Queen, nr. 1) af Victoria Aveyard (249,95)

Oslo 19750215. Kronprins Harald og kronprinsesse Sonja i selskapsantrekk med diadem under middagen i Militære Samfunn. Kronprinsesse Sonja med viftediadem som var en gave til dronning Maud fra farmoren dronning Victoria av Storbritannia. Øredobbene er en sølvbryllupsgave fra kong Olav til kronprinsesse Märtha i 1954, men døde før hun fikk brukt dem. Grønt skjørt med mønstret overdel. Foto: Vidar Knai NTB arkiv / Scanpix

Oslo 19750215. Kronprins Harald og kronprinsesse Sonja i selskapsantrekk med diadem under middagen i Militære Samfunn. Kronprinsesse Sonja med viftediadem som var en gave til dronning Maud fra farmoren dronning Victoria av Storbritannia. Øredobbene er en sølvbryllupsgave fra kong Olav til kronprinsesse Märtha i 1954, men døde før hun fikk brukt dem. Grønt skjørt med mønstret overdel. Foto: Vidar Knai NTB arkiv / Scanpix

Victoria's family in 1846 by Franz Xaver Winterhalter left to right: Prince Alfred and the Prince of Wales; the Queen and Prince Albert; Princesses Alice, Helena and Victoria

Victoria's family in 1846 by Franz Xaver Winterhalter left to right: Prince Alfred and the Prince of Wales; the Queen and Prince Albert; Princesses Alice, Helena and Victoria

QUEEN VICTORIA (b.1819-d.1901). QUEEN IN HER OWN RIGHT from her accession on 20th June, 1837 until her death on 22nd January, 1901. HOUSE OF HANOVER. PICTURE: Queen Victoria in her coronation robes, painted in 1860. By George Hayter. Government Art Collection, United Kingdom.

QUEEN VICTORIA (b.1819-d.1901). QUEEN IN HER OWN RIGHT from her accession on 20th June, 1837 until her death on 22nd January, 1901. HOUSE OF HANOVER. PICTURE: Queen Victoria in her coronation robes, painted in 1860. By George Hayter. Government Art Collection, United Kingdom.

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