Headdress

c.1900

Bavaria, Germany

All sides of this regal headdress are equally ornamented, creating an overall dazzling effect. The abundance of gold embroidery and stones add to the grandeur and importance of this Bavarian headdress. The style is known as a “queen’s crown” in the town of Buchloe, located in the Schwaben region of Bavaria, Germany.

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