Crown Great Rhombicuboctahedron, Crown Great Rhombicuboctahedron (version #2), Crown Truncated Cube, Crown Truncated Octahedron, Crown Cuboctahedron/Crown Nanopolyhedra
Crown Skew Rhombicuboctahedron and Crown Rhombicuboctahedron/Crown Nanopolyhedra
Crown Great Rhombicuboctahedron, Crown Truncated Octahedron, Crown Truncated Tetrahedron and Crown Octahedron/Antinanopolyhedra
Crown Truncated Cube, Crown Quasi Truncated Tetrahedron, Crown Tetrahedron and Crown Cube/Crown Nanopolyhedra
Endohedral Crown Polyhedra: Crown Great Rhombicuboctahedron, Crown Rhombicuboctahedron, Crown Cube, Crown Tetrahedron and Crown Cuboctahedron/Crown Nanopolyhedra
Crown Great Rhombicosidodecahedron, Crown Truncated Dodecahedron, Crown Truncated Icosahedron
and Crown Icosidodecahedron/ Crown Nanopolyhedra
Crown Icosidodecahedron/ Crown Nanoicosidodecahedron
Same as above only much bigger (approx. 3.5 feet in diameter)
These polyhedra are constructed from crown like structures or the decomposition of toric rings. Each one is, again, based on one of the Platonic or Archimedean polyhedra. They are inspired by Crown Ethers found in Chemistry. They represent the polyhedral analogs of those and related Crown Ethers.
They are, if you will, constructed with regular polygons set on edge relative to the edges of the polyhedra they encapsulate.
Collectively they are known in Geometry as Crown Polyhedra while in Nanoscience they would be called Crown Nanopolyhedra.