Crown of New Ingerland

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The Crown of New Ingerland (also known as the Crown of King Alexander) is a crown that forms part of the Crown Jewels of New Ingerland. The crown is used by the Monarch for the most important state occasions, such as his coronation and the annual State Opening of Parliament. It is the only crown to have been manufactured in this country, although there are also coronets that have been made to be used by the Princess Consort and Duke of Warmford.


The Crown of New Ingerland is a gold crown consisting of four half-arches surmounted in pearls. Inside is a velvet cap with an ermine border, which is not always represented in images of the crown. The Crown of New Ingerland includes several precious gems and stones, including: 52 pearls, 18 diamonds, 5 sapphires, and 4 rubies.

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