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 Crown of Wurttemberg German Miniature Crown Jewels
 Crown of Wurttemberg German Miniature Crown Jewels
 Crown of Wurttemberg German Miniature Crown Jewels
 Crown of Wurttemberg German Miniature Crown Jewels
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Crown of Wurttemberg German Miniature Crown Jewels

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Württemberg was repeatedly the scene of fighting in the wars of the 17th and 18th cent. Duke Frederick II (1754-1816), through his alliance with Napoleon I, obtained the rank of elector in 1803 and became king of Württemberg as Frederick I in 1806, after joining the Confederation of the Rhine. Between 1802 and 1810 the territories of Württemberg were more than doubled and reached their final frontiers after an alliance with France under Napoleon. Frederick retained both his royal title and his lands at the Congress of Vienna, after having passed (1813) from the French to the Allied camp.
William I, his successor, granted a liberal constitution in 1819. During the reign (1864-91) of King Charles, Württemberg sided against Prussia in the Austro-Prussian War of 1866, joined Prussia's side in the Franco-Prussian War of 1870-71, and became (1871) a member of the German Empire. Charles's successor, William II, abdicated in 1918, and Württemberg joined (1919) the Weimar Republic. After World War II, N Württemberg was a part of the temporary state of Württemberg-Baden, and S Württemberg was a part of the temporary state of Württemberg-Hohenzollern until the two were joined as Baden-Württemberg in 1952.
Although no coronation ceremony was introduced into the kingdom of Wurttemberg, a crown was made in 1822 by the court jeweller, August Heinrich Kuhn.
The crown is made of gold and decorated with diamonds, emeralds and pearls in the late rococco style.

Base metal: Lead free Pewter gold toned, velvet hat, Swarovski ELEMENTS

This product comes with a Gift box and romance story card

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