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Crowns and Coronets have become our specialty. All of our coronets are hand made here in our studio. They are composed of brass, nickel or sterling silver, mounted with semi-precious or precious stones and custom designed castings. We offer pieces available for immediate purchase, or accept custom orders to the specifications of the customer on a commission basis. Custom orders require time to design and construct, expect construction time of 30 days to a year depending on the piece’s complexity and our own time constraints. All customers desiring custom work are encouraged to contact us at the earliest possible convenience. Prices depend on the intricacy of work, gems, and cost of materials. For those wishing to have something sooner we suggest looking on our Coronet Specials page. Coronets shown there are not necessarily stock items and are sold on a first come first serve basis.
In an effort to reduce download time we have divided our crowns and coronets into five separate categories;
Please check with your local officers to learn the rules for your kingdom or group prior to placing an order. We will not be held responsible if the piece meets the specifications of your order but not your groups rules, for example you order a 3 inch tall coronet and find out later you may only wear a two inch tall coronet.
Below are some examples of the work which we have already finished along with a general price range. Prices increase as the intricacy of work, gems, and material cost increases. Click on the image to view a larger image;
This Crown with matching Collar is of 14K vermeil, (14K Gold over Sterling Silver), and is adorned with garnets and agates. Price is about $2000. per Crown with collar. The cost is tentative due to the fluctuating silver market. Circa1500
People have often asked which crown or coronet was the most difficult to make. I would have to judge this crown as the most challenging I have yet completed. It was stylized after Edward the Confessor’s Crown. It took approximately 108 hours to complete, is constructed of both Sterling and german silver with a 24KT gold plate, and is mounted with faux or synthetic gems.
This Coronet is adorned with garnets and agates. The pieces are cast, fabricated and finished with a 14K gold plate. Pieces in this style generally start at $650 Circa 1490
Stylized after the painting "The Accolade", this Viscount Coronet of Fleur de lis is adorned with pearls and green agates, priced in the $750 - $900 range. It is made of German silver and brass. It weighs in at only 9 ounces. Circa 1540
Stylized in the French influence this Coronet of Fleur de lis is adorned with garnets and raised strawberry leaves, priced in the $450 range. It is made of German silver and brass. Circa 1340
I would have to judge this crown as the second most challenging crown I have yet completed. It was artistic deviation from the Accolade design. The blue spinels surrounding the piece are princess cut gems while the gems mounted on the fluers are ovals. The 8 mm pearls are mounted over the princess cut gems. It is constructed of both german silver and brass. It is priced in the $900 range. Circa 1520-
Constructed in the style requested, this Crown may be recognizable by many in the SCA. It is constructed of German silver, brass, and 14kt gold fill. It is adorned with citrine and blue spinels.
Stylized in the French influence, this Coronet of Fleurs de lis boasts a plain yet elegant design. It is adorned with amethysts. It is priced in the $400 range. It is made of brass. Circa 1240
Stylized with a Venetian influence this Coronet is fashioned after portraits from the masters. As per our patrons wishes it was adorned with green agates and moonstones. It is priced in the $600 range. It is made of german silver. Circa 1500
Presented here are examples of the work that we have already finished. Below are some variations of the strawberry leaf design that we have already finished. Please note, many of these were custom pieces, as such I will not exactly replicate them, rather, use the images as a guideline as to what is possible for your custom piece. Prices depend on the intricacy of work, gems, and cost of materials.