Trivia: What is NOT a type of crown?
Correct Answer: Bangle
So why is this answer correct? : Crowns have been a symbol of royalty for centuries — the finest gemstones and metals are used to create them. Any circular headpiece worn to symbolize status can be called a “diadem,” a word that originated in ancient Greece. The word “crown” indicates that the headpiece is emblematic and worn by nobility, while a “coronet” is a smaller piece worn by dukes, earls, and princesses at formal events. Finally, a “tiara” is a semi-circular piece that perches on top of the head.