Norwegian Crown Prince's Coronet Replica

  • Royal History
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  • The coronet of Crown prince is one of the Norwegian Royal Regalia. The original coronet was made in 1846, designed by Johannes Flintoe based on a crown dating from the Middle Ages, and commissioned to the goldsmith Herman Colbjørnsen Øyset. It was originally made for Crown Prince Carl of Sweden, future King Charles XV. It was meant to be used by Carl when his parents Oscar I and Josephine were crowned, but the ceremony never took place. It is the only piece of Norway's coronation regalia to be made entirely within Norway, and it has never been worn. 

  • Fine or Fashion: Fashion
    Item Type: Hairwear
    Style: Classic
    Material: Rhinestone
    Metals Type: Zinc Alloy

  • Handle with care. Do not submerge in water. Clean using a damp microfiber cloth with a mild cleaner.