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The Coronation Regalia of Britain

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The Coronation Regalia of Britain

The various pieces of regalia used during the Coronation ceremonies of British Kings and Queens. 1. St. Edwards Crown, 2. The Imperial State Crown, 3. Prince of Wales coronet, 4. smaller orb (used by Queen consorts), 5. the orb, 6. Royal Sceptre, 7. The Sceptre with the Dove, 8. The State sword, 9. The Sword Curtana, 10. Mace of Charles II, 11. Queen Elizabeths Salt Cellar, 12. The Ampulla, 13. Bracelets, 14. Coronation Spoon, 15. Spurs of St. George and 16. The Coronation Ring, otherwise known as the Wedding Ring of England Date: 1936

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Ceremonial Ceremonies Ceremony Coronation Coronations Coronet Crowns Dove Jewels Kings Priceless Queens Regalia Sceptre Symbolic 1936


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This magnificent collection of The Coronation Regalia of Britain showcases the priceless and symbolic items used during the coronation ceremonies of the monarchs of the United Kingdom. The regalia, which dates back to 1936, includes some of the most renowned and historically significant crowns, jewels, and ceremonial objects. At the heart of this collection is St. Edward's Crown, the most senior crown in the British monarchy, which is used only during the coronation ceremony itself. The Imperial State Crown, on the other hand, is worn by the monarch during the State Opening of Parliament. The Prince of Wales coronet, with its distinctive white feathers and red dragon, is worn by the Prince of Wales during his investiture ceremony. The regalia also includes several other crowns, orbs, sceptres, and swords, each with their unique symbolism and historical significance. For instance, the orb is a symbol of the monarch's power over the kingdom, while the sceptres represent the monarch's temporal and spiritual authority. The smaller orb is used by Queen consorts during their coronation. The collection also includes less well-known items, such as the Queen Elizabeth's Salt Cellar, the Ampulla, and the Coronation Spoon. These objects, while not as visually striking as the crowns and sceptres, play essential roles in the coronation ceremony. The Coronation Regalia of Britain is a testament to the rich history and tradition of the British monarchy, and a reminder of the symbolic and ceremonial importance of the monarch as the head of state.

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