Order of the Enameled Cross

From Empire of Karnia-Ruthenia
Order of the Enameled Cross
Ordem da Cruz Esmaltada
Order of the Enameled Cross
Awarded by the
Emperor-King of Karnia-Ruthenia
Type Order of chivalry for women
Motto Virtus et Gloria
Virtue and Gloria.
Eligibility Devotion to religious service and works of charity, personal services of women to the Crown
Awarded for At the monarch's pleasure
Status Currently constituted
High Protectress vacant
Grades (w/ post-nominals) Dame
Statistics
Established 2021
First induction 24 December 2021
Last induction 25 December 2022
Distinct recipients 21
Precedence
Next (higher) Order of St. Paul
Next (lower) Order of the Imperial Crown
Related Order of the Queen
Ribbon of the Order of the Enameled Cross

The Order of the Enameled Cross is an order of chivalry for women founded in Persenburg by Emperor-King Oscar of Karnia-Ruthenia in 2021, with the sole degree of Dame, and were instituted to reward personal favours to the monarch provided by women, and also celebrating devotion to religious service and works of charity.

Origin[edit | edit source]

Founded in 2021 by Oscar I, some decorations were included in the list of national orders, while others were disestablished. One of the few decorations for women was the Karno-Ruthenian Order of the Queen, that went dormant in 2019 and was finally replaced in 2021 with the Order of the Enameled Cross, heavily inspired by the Order of the Starry Cross[1][2].

Precedence and privileges[edit | edit source]

High Protectresses of the Order[edit | edit source]

2021 - current[edit | edit source]

Recipients[edit | edit source]

2021[edit | edit source]

  1. Her Imperial and Royal Highness, Denise, Archduchess of Karnia-Ruthenia.
  2. Her Majesy, Letizia, Queen of Luna.
  3. Her Majesty, Maria, Queen of Sildavia.
  4. Her Royal Highness, Tanishkaa Patranabish of Vishwamitra.
  5. Her Grace, Milena, Duchess of Albuquerque.
  6. The Honourable Elizabeth Pemberton.
  7. Her Imperial and Royal Highness, Maria Clara, Archduchess of Karnia-Taslavia.
  8. Her Royal Highness, Krishna, Princess Maharajajanani.

2022[edit | edit source]

  1. Her Imperial and Royal Highness, Solange, Archduchess of Karnia-Ruthenia.
  2. Her Imperial and Royal Highness, Walburga, Archduchess of Karnia-Ruthenia.
  3. Her Imperial and Royal Highness, Olivia, Archduchess of Karnia-Ruthenia.
  4. Her Imperial and Royal Highness, Anna, Archduchess of Karnia-Ruthenia.
  5. Her Imperial and Royal Highness, Celia, Archduchess of Karnia-Ruthenia.
  6. Her Imperial and Royal Highness, Yvonette, Archduchess of Karnia-Ruthenia.
  7. Her Imperial and Royal Highness, Bruna, Archduchess of Karnia-Ruthenia.
  8. Her Imperial and Royal Highness, Andressa, Archduchess of Karnia-Ruthenia.
  9. Her Imperial and Royal Highness, Josianne, Archduchess of Karnia-Ruthenia.
  10. Her Imperial and Royal Highness, Jessica, Archduchess of Karnia-Ruthenia.
  11. Her Imperial and Royal Highness, Esther, Archduchess of Karnia-Ruthenia.
  12. Her Imperial and Royal Highness, Mary, Archduchess of Karnia-Ruthenia.
  13. Her Imperial and Royal Highness, Ophelia, Archduchess of Karnia-Ruthenia.
  14. Her Grace, Beatriz, Countess Santory.
  15. Her Grace, Bianca, Countess Martins.

See also[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. Tagore, Rajah Sir Sourindro Mohun. The Orders of Knighthood, British and Foreign. Calcutta: The Catholic Orphan Press, 1884.
  2. Archdiocese of Vienna - " Oberste Schutzfrau: Gabriela Habsburg-Lothringen "