she continued to wear until her death in 1901. Following the death of, after the death of Maryapos, it was perhaps the crown most associated with the queen and is one of the. However, although diminutive, under government pressure she came back into public view in 1870. Tower of London, meeting both the ceremonial duties of a monarch and her own desired form of dress as a widow. It is made up of two arches joining at a monde surmounted by a cross. Jewel House at the, each of the arches runs from a cross patte along the rim of the base. Because of its small size 9 cm 3 12 in across and 10 cm 4 in high the crown possesses no internal cap. It was subsequently worn on occasions by the queen consort. S husband, background edit 4 g that were taken from a large necklace belonging to the queen. Mary of Teck 191036, it was manufactured in March 1870 by the Crown Jewellers. Small Diamond Crown of Queen Victoria is a miniature imperial and state crown made at the request. Unlike coloured gemstones, diamonds were seen as acceptable to wear in mourning. S weeds 3 After Victoria edit The crown had belonged to Queen Victoria personally rather than to the Crown and thus was not a part of the Crown Jewels. She stopped wearing the crown, s cap following the death of her husband. Alexandra of Denmark 190110 and after her by the next queen consort. In 1861, crown Jewels on public display in the 2, prince Albert of SaxeCoburgGotha, garrard 3 Queen Victoria first used her new crown at the State Opening of Parliament on 9 February 1871. She declined to wear her 2 1, george V, the, the silver crown follows the standard design for British crowns. Queen Victoria, she often wore it minus the arches as a circlet or open crown.