Crown Jewels of Vulshain
The Crown Jewels of Vulshain refers to regalia of the Confederacy of Vulshain. Many such regalia include crowns, scepters, swords, maces, orbs, Armills (a type of bracelet worn by royalty), necklaces, and even a jeweled fan. Besides regalia, other works of art such as sculptures and paintings are considered part of the Crown Jewels.
The Crown Jewels of Vulshain have accumulated over the years, with each ruler adding to the collection. When Merrill Rivers came to power, the Kuverinsent Regiment hid a vast majority of the Crown Jewels to spare them of being destroyed by the Republican Regime. However, such actions were unnecessary as the Republican Regime spared the treasures of Vulshain of Rivers' Culture Purge. The Crown Jewels were put back on display after the restoration of the Vulshainian Monarchy in 1980.
Royal Headdress of Queen Sybilla Merririn
This headdress was a gift to Queen Sybilla Merririn, given by her lover and future consort Yuliy Shotarion, a Vekaiyun painter. According to legend that when he presented her with the headdress, she immediately grabbed him by the collar and dragged him to her chambers to personally thank him.
Paintings of Yuliy Shotarion
Yuliy Shotarion was a Vekaiyun painter who immigranted to Vulshain during the reign of Queen Sybilla Merririn. She was his favorite subject and client, and the two were lovers before she made him her royal consort. He had left Vekaiyu in order to find a muse to reinspire him to paint. Queen Merririn was that muse. He would often paint his beloved royal muse while she reclined naked or bathing. He would also paint her reading a book, walking through the parks of Kitsuniva, horseback riding, or swimming. He also painted other subjects as well, from snow-covered forests to busy marketplaces to military parades. His most famous work of Queen Merririn was The Phoenix-Dragon Queen of Vulshain, a life-sized portrait of a naked Queen Merririn wearing her Royal Headdress and holding her Jeweled Fan.
The Phoenix-Dragon Queen of Vulshain and Shotarion's other paintings were hidden away by the Kuverinsent Regiment to prevent their destruction by the Republican Regime.
Jeweled Fan of Queen Sybilla Merririn
Queen Sybilla Merririn commissioned for this beautiful fan decorated with jewels and designed to resemble a peacock's tail to commerate the day of her coronation.
Crown of Velra
Velra, the ancient queen who helped lay down the foundation of a unified Vulshain, wore a gold crown.
Golden Cap of Konxam
The Golden Cap of Konxam, sometimes called the Golden Crown of Konxam, was first worn by Archduke Felix Björn Krystyn, although it actually belonged to Duke Desmond Montague of Hathebois, who was killed by Archduke Krystyn during the Konxam City-State Conflict. Archduke Krystyn wore the Golden Cap of Konxam to symbolize his victory in establishing his right to rule Konxam.
Sword and Shield of Saint Jorkett Karabe VI
The Sword and Shield of Saint Jorkett Karabe VI was the sword and shield used by the first king of an unified Vulshain.
Mace and Spear of Saint Kitsuniva Nebisaselari Karabe
The Mace and Spear of Saint Kitsuniva Nebisaselari Karabe used by the first queen of an unified Vulshain.
Consort Crown of Vulshain
This crown was commissioned by King Jorkett Karabe VI to crown his new bride during their coronation ceremony that made them the official rulers of a unified Vulshain. The crown has been used by the consorts of Vulshain. The last to wear the Consort Crown was Queen Anatansya Olekalexein, who later wore the High Crown of Vulshain after the Republican Fist Uprising that drove her into exile in the late 1950s.
Crown of the Motherland
The Crown of the Motherland, also called the Crown of Jorkett VI, was commissioned by King Jorkett Karabe VI to be used in his coronation ceremony after the Wars of the Feuding Cities. Jorkett VI's successors would wear the Crown of the Motherland, beginning with their coronation ceremonies. The last to wear the Crown of Jorkett VI was King Konstantin Arkadyon, father of King Fersoltsy Arkadyon.
Crown of Royal Vulshain
The Crown of Royal Vulshain was commissioned by King Fersoltsy Arkadyon's father, King Konstantin Arkadyon as a gift for the Vulshite prince. It was finished the same day that King Konstantin passed away. The crown was used in King Fersoltsy's coronation ceremony. According to legend, King Fersoltsy cried as the crown was placed on his head. The reason for his tears was because the succeeding monarch was traditionally crowned by his/her parent. King Fersoltsy wore it during important state visits when welcoming other rulers and when he oversaw the meetings of the Royal Council of Vulshain.
It was used by many of Vulshain's elected monarches, until King Maksimilian Aleixo ascended to the Throne of Vulshain.
Crown of Imperial Vulshain
This crown was once worn by King Maksimilian Aleixo when he came to power. The reason for this crown was to symbolize his dreams of unifying Vulshain and Southern Yugoslavia together. He did admit that he would mourn the deaths of those who died in the Vulshainian-Southern Yugoslavian Five-Year War, but he believed that in the long-run, the peoples of both nations would benefit from the unification. However, Southern Yugoslavia's victory over the invading Vulshainians in 1895, shattered those imperialistic dreams. The Crown of Imperial Vulshain, while beautiful and excellently crafted, has become viewed by some modern-day Vulshainians as symbolizing imperialism and over-patriotic nationalism.
The Armory refers to both the area of the Royal Museum of Vulshain that contains many suits of armor as well as the armors themselves. Many of these armors date back to the days of the Arthor Dynasty.
The Crown of the Confederacy
The Crown of the Confederacy is the current crown used in the coronation ceremony of modern day Vulshain. This crown was secreted away to Southern Yugoslavia and became an important symbol for the Confederate Resistance during the Monarchical Revolution that toppled Merrill Rivers' reign of terror. The Crown of the Confederacy was commissioned by King Alaric Aurelivolod, in the hopes of restoring the people's faith in the Monarch. The most recent wearer of the Crown of the Confederacy is King Samuil Rainard.