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 Queen Victoria Small Crown

Queen Victoria wore the Small Crown with a lace mantilla, pictured here for the wedding of her son Leopold, Duke of Albany, 1882.

Queen Victoria's long reign (1837-1901) encompassed the end of Georgian elegance and the beginnings of the modern age. It saw great social and political changes, most of which were reflected in art and design.

 The Victorian era began with the Great Exhibition of the Works of Industry of All Nations, held in London between May and October 1851. The Great Exhibition was publicly proclaimed as the brainchild of Victoria's husband, Prince Albert, and gathered together the work of 14,000 exhibitors, half of them from Britain and its colonies. Six million visitor saw the exhibition, which helped a stimulate popular taste and broaden it to include all manner of foreign and historical influences. The Great Exhibition worked as a catalyst, bringing together the effects of religious reform, industrialization, new technology and social change.

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