In the informaton provided on the internet as written:.
The Imperial Crown of Russia, also known as the Great Imperial Crown, was used by the Emperors of Russia until the monarchy's abolition in 1917. The Great Imperial Crown was first used in a coronation by Catherine II, and was last used at the coronation of Nicholas II. It survived the subsequent revolution and a temporary sojourn in Ireland, and is currently on display in the Moscow Kremlin Armoury State Diamond Fund.
Crown of Empress Catherine I It was first new-type imperial crown, was executed by Russian Kremlin masters in 1724 to the coronation of Empress Catherine I - second wife of Peter the Great. Emperor Peter II was crowned of this crown in 1728 too. But in 1730 new ruler - Anna Ivanovna - ordered to make new own imperial crown, therefore crown of Catherine I was gathered. Its 2000 diamonds and huge Chinese tourmalin were added to new crown, and to this day in Kremlin Armoury survived only silver gilding wreck of this crown:
- Great Imperial Crown Largest of Russian crowns, it was made in SPb by G.F. Ekart and J.Pauzie in 1762, in 1797 crown was altered by L.D.Diuval. It has 4936 diamonds, 75 huge pearls and one huge red spinel in 398, 72 carat. naw crown saves in Diamond Fund.
Interesting that the Tourmaline came from China and on the Great Imperial Crown a huge red spinel is identified. In one of the visions given in 2013 what appeared to be a very real heavy gold crown with the two tables with writing - as if the ten commandments, a huge red stone is on the front of this King crown. The crown was shown to me as if it is somewhere - I have no idea where but it does exist.
The Imperial Crown of Russia is also known as the Great Imperial Crown. This is a photograph of the modern replica created in this timeline that is held in Russia.
Catherine I, was the first Russian ruler to wear this form of imperial crown. Notice the right and left hemispheres are divided and yet united by a bridge...In the point in reality where the East and West meet there is a bridge in Istanbul and here is named the golden horn on the Bosphoros. But most significantly in the precision of discovery, the landing of a reported Meteorite in Russia was on the East and West border point..So seeing this crown, there are two points where the bridge connects.
A crown, symbolic of the crown chakra with a clear cross on top is to show the unity and connection with Christ is not excluded and so, it is reasonable to want to be assured Christ is alive and God really is watching over all of us. Why have tyrannical leaders who disregard God's authority? Defiance!
Today all the people claiming to have rights to be Emperor and Empress....evidently this crown that is made shows this is not so. Also there is a structure in place to prevent anyone 'tricking' their way and pretending they have a right to rule when actually they do not at all....The mystery is in history. There are people who know the truth and preserve the truth because it is necessary to do so.
But it is not as if the truth is completely hidden...
Russia's last coronation was in 1896, for Tsar Nicholas II and Empress Alexandra. The last occasion on which the Great Imperial Crown was officially used was the State Opening of the Dumain 1906.
.Following the October Revolution the new Russian Republic, which was seriously low on funds, sought a loan from the Irish Republican revolutionary government, whose finance minister,Michael Collins, had become internationally famous for his fundraising for the unofficial Irish state. The Imperial Crown of Russia was not among the jewels used as collateral for this loan. The Crown and most of the official regalia of the State were photographed in Moscow in 1922.
It is interesting in the timing of the official regalia being photographed in 1922, the year that the Greek quarter of the city of Smyrna was completely destroyed by fire. Photographs provide evidence and it is photographs and paintings that have been a way to provide visual evidence to preserve.
'Since December 20, 2000, the Imperial Crown has appeared on the Coat of arms of the Russian Federation.'
In this momentary photograph the two gentlemen are putting the glass casing over the crown to protect it...(their hands are positioned as if to protect this and placed precisely where meant to be)
'The Smolensk Diamonds Jewellery Group is part of the Kristall Production Corporation founded in Russia 1963. Today Kristall employs more than 2,400 staff and is the largest producer of cut and polished diamonds in Russia and Europe with over 600,000 carats polished each year. The Smolensk Diamond Jewellery group was formed to produce high end specialist jewellery and one-off custom pieces using the famous Kristall diamonds. The firm has used 3D CAD and CAM for some years and purchased its first 3D printer — an envisionTEC Mini Perfactory — in 2010, with a second installed the following year.
The Smolensk Diamond Group is often commissioned to manufacture unique pieces and one such project was to recreate a replica of the Imperial Crown of Russia for the Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg.
This replica is the only one in the world and jewellers are confident that a second replica will never be made.