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Tiaras & Crowns

The crowning piece of any royal garb, our tiaras and crowns will top of your ensemble with style and grace.

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Circlet Crown

This delicate crown is formed from twisted wire with an antique gold finish. Features a faux onyx teardrop stone in its front setting. Adjustable rear chain to fit various head sizes.

Claddagh Hair Comb

This plastic comb has a finely detailed pewter piece attached, with a heart-shaped garnet-colored jewel encased. Also exhibits bones. Overall 4" x 3-3/4".

Gold Kings Crown

This crown is made of metal and has brilliant polished gold finish. Features large and small Fleur-de-lis and hundreds of faux diamond crystals. Measures 25” in circumference, 8” in diameter and 4” tall.

Top Customer Reviews

Review of: Circlet Crown

I purchased two of these crowns for me and my daughter to wear at the Pennsylvania Renaissance Fair it is lightweight easily adjustable and  I picked it because I thought it was pretty and not expensive since I'm only going to be wearing it probably once a year
Reviewed by: MELINDA, March 01, 2017

Review of: Claddagh Hair Comb

Every woman needs one of these it looks fantastic!
Reviewed by: Michael, December 09, 2016

Review of: Claddagh Hair Comb

I was a little hesitant to order this because of the price, but I am SO glad I did! I wear it often and have received uncountable amounts of complements. I have had it about a year and it still looks as great as it did the day I received it.
Reviewed by: Amanda, January 21, 2015

Review of: Circlet Crown

Reviewed by: Yvonne, December 04, 2011

Review of: Circlet Crown

Looking at this crownlet I was afraid this was going to be rather insubstantial and easily broken by an active 9yo worries here! This item is not as thin as it looks in the pics and is easily adjustable without worrying it is going to snap. The jewel in the crown is also very pretty and a very nice touch. This is a very good deal!
Reviewed by: Kurt, January 11, 2011