This historic diamond crown with 4 large three-leaf clover leaves, set with many brilliant-cut diamonds Wholesale Engagement Rings, is used as a bridal crown in the Princely House of the Hohenzollern. The high-voltage curves and pincushion cut diamonds form diamond-shaped large, wide-arches, transverse arches ornaments.
It is similar to a diamond crown, the Prussian line of the Hohenzollern, which is decorated with this shamrock motif and was still worn by Princess Kira.
Pictured above, Princess Birgitta of Sweden on the occasion of the wedding on the Hohenzollern burg on May 30, 1961 Sigmaringen. The Civil wedding of the Swedish Princess and the Hohenzollern Prince, combined with a magnificent feast, took place on May 25, 1961 in Stockholm.
Angela von Morgen, below in the picture, 1968 as a bride with the Diamond Crown, when she married the younger brother of Hans-Georg, Ferfried Maximilian Pius Meinrad Maria Hubert Michael Justinus Prince of Hohenzollern, he is the son of Frederick Victor Prince of Hohenzollern and Margaret Karola Princess of Saxony. The lawyer is about his mother a grandson of the last king of Saxony.
The house Hohenzollern is a German princely family.
The house Hohenzollern, first mentioned in 1061, is one of the oldest and most important Swabian noble families. The core of the counts of Zollern, since the 14th century the Count of Hohenzollern, formed the eponymous castle at Hechingen. After the loan with the castle rule Nuremberg a Franconian (burggräfliche) line rose around 1214, from the 1415 the Margraves of Brandenburg, 1701 the Prussian and 1871 finally the German imperial house of the Hohenzollern emerged.
The lines formed by division in 1576 Haigerloch (1634 extinguished again), Hechingen and Sigmaringen the Swabian Hohenzollern were raised in 1623 in the imperial princely state. The present princes of Hohenzollern-Hechingen and Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen gained full sovereignty in 1806 in their principalities, which they then ceded in 1850 to the tribe-related Prussian royal family. After the extinction of the line Hohenzollern – Hechingen in the male line in 1869, the members of the Sigmaringer line took the title Prince or Princess of Hohenzollern without further addition.
Hohenzollern Diamond Crown
This historically diamond trefoils crown of the Princes of Hohenzollern is used as bridalcrown by Princess Birgitta of Sweden on the occasion of the wedding with Prince Hans-Georg of Hohenzollern in Sigmaringen 30 May 1961, her civil wedding was 25 May 1961, Stockholm.
Angela von Morgen, below in 1968 as the bride at Castle Siegmaringen, wearing the diamond crown when married to Prince Ferfried of Hohenzollern, the yound brother of Prince Hans-Georg.
The Prussian house of Hohenzollern, so owns a diamond crown decorated with trefoils in medividal design, it is not the same. Princess Kira of Prussia won this at least in the 60th.
The Swabian and the Brandenburg-Prussian Hohenzollerns
The House of Hohenzollern first mentioned in 1061, is one of the oldest and most significant Swabian noble family. Counts of Zollern, since the 14th century the Counts of Hohenzollern, which was formed by the castle near Hechingen, which gave it its name. After the enfeoffment with the castle rule of Nuremberg around 1214 the Franconian line originated, from where the Margraves of Brandenburg in 1415, in 1701 the Prussian and finally the German imperial house of the Hohenzollerns evolved.
The lines Haigerloch, Hechingen and Sigmaringen of the Swabian Hohenzollerns, which originated after a division in 1576, were raised to princedom in 1623. The now Princes of Hohenzollern-Hechingen and of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen gained full sovereignty of their principalities, which they ceded to the related Prussian Royal House in 1850. After the line of Hohenzollern-Hechingen, the members of the Sigmaringen line took over the title of Prince or Princess of Hohenzollern without further addition. The historical significance and the strength of the kinship between the Prussian houses and the royal houses of Hohenzollern are expressed through their common possession of the ancestral castle of Hohenzollern.