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  • Emma Thompson as Princesse Katherine de Valois wearing a gold crown decorated with pearls and pink beads in the 1989 film "Henry V."
    • Renaissance Films
    • BBC

    Henry V

    1989

    Costume seen on Emma Thompson as Princesse Katherine de Valois

  • Holly Aird as Maria wearing a gold crown decorated with pearls and pink beads in the 1992 film "Carry On Columbus."

    Carry On Columbus

    1992

    Costume seen on Holly Aird as Maria

  • Drew Barrymore as Danielle de Barbarac wearing a gold crown decorated with pearls and pink beads in the 1998 film "Ever After."
    • Twentieth Century Studios

    Ever After

    1998

    Costume seen on Drew Barrymore as Danielle de Barbarac

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About the Costume

This lovely crown was most likely made for Henry V in 1989, where it was was worn by Emma Thompson as Princess Katherine de Valois.

In 1992, it was used in Carry On Columbus by Holly Aird as Maria, though it is hard to clearly distinguish it with the additional adornment that it is worn with. 

It appeared a third time in the 1998 film Ever After, worn by Drew Barrymore as Danielle de Barbarac.

It has since been sold through Propstorewhich described the piece as follows:

This crown is made from a metal band with repeating fleur-de- lis style pieces, all of which have been covered in a light brown fabric. The interior of the band is lined with a suede-like fabric for comfort purposes and the inside of the floral pieces has been finished in a metallic faux-gold. The exterior of the crown is heavily decorated with faux-gold trimmings, metallic floral shaped beads, faux-pearls and pink coloured beads, matching her elaborate pink gown. Two small clips have been attached either side allowing the crown to be securely attached to the actresses’ head and a small label reading “F” is located on the inside of the crown, indicating the side that should be worn at the front of the head.

The metallic faux-gold has worn away on the inside of some of the fleur-de-lis pieces and wear to the finish of some of the decoration. However, in spite of this wear, the crown remains in very good condition and is a beautifully ornate piece.

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About the Costume

This lovely crown was most likely made for Henry V in 1989, where it was was worn by Emma Thompson as Princess Katherine de Valois.

In 1992, it was used in Carry On Columbus by Holly Aird as Maria, though it is hard to clearly distinguish it with the additional adornment that it is worn with. 

It appeared a third time in the 1998 film Ever After, worn by Drew Barrymore as Danielle de Barbarac.

It has since been sold through Propstorewhich described the piece as follows:

This crown is made from a metal band with repeating fleur-de- lis style pieces, all of which have been covered in a light brown fabric. The interior of the band is lined with a suede-like fabric for comfort purposes and the inside of the floral pieces has been finished in a metallic faux-gold. The exterior of the crown is heavily decorated with faux-gold trimmings, metallic floral shaped beads, faux-pearls and pink coloured beads, matching her elaborate pink gown. Two small clips have been attached either side allowing the crown to be securely attached to the actresses’ head and a small label reading “F” is located on the inside of the crown, indicating the side that should be worn at the front of the head.

The metallic faux-gold has worn away on the inside of some of the fleur-de-lis pieces and wear to the finish of some of the decoration. However, in spite of this wear, the crown remains in very good condition and is a beautifully ornate piece.

This lovely crown was most likely made for Henry V in 1989, where it was was worn by Emma Thompson as Princess Katherine de Valois.

In 1992, it was used in Carry On Columbus by Holly Aird as Maria, though it is hard to clearly distinguish it with the additional adornment that it is worn with. 

It appeared a third time in the 1998 film Ever After, worn by Drew Barrymore as Danielle de Barbarac.

It has since been sold through Propstorewhich described the piece as follows:

This crown is made from a metal band with repeating fleur-de- lis style pieces, all of which have been covered in a light brown fabric. The interior of the band is lined with a suede-like fabric for comfort purposes and the inside of the floral pieces has been finished in a metallic faux-gold. The exterior of the crown is heavily decorated with faux-gold trimmings, metallic floral shaped beads, faux-pearls and pink coloured beads, matching her elaborate pink gown. Two small clips have been attached either side allowing the crown to be securely attached to the actresses’ head and a small label reading “F” is located on the inside of the crown, indicating the side that should be worn at the front of the head.

The metallic faux-gold has worn away on the inside of some of the fleur-de-lis pieces and wear to the finish of some of the decoration. However, in spite of this wear, the crown remains in very good condition and is a beautifully ornate piece.

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