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Elizabethan Gold, Emerald and Black Diamond Ring, late 16th century A.D.

Elisabeth of Valois (1545-1568), princess of France, later queen of Spain, painted by Alonso Sánchez Coello.

Circle of Pieter Pourbus (?Gouda 1523/4-1584 Bruges): Portrait of a lady, half-length, in a black dress with white fur trim and a golden underskirt and sleeves, with a pomander in her right hand attached to a Chatelaine around her waist, her left hand resting on a draped table. Oil on canvas.

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A Young Woman, 1565 (follower of Agnolo Bronzino) (1503-1572) Seattle Art Museum, WA 61.153

1560's Portraits

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Elizabeth of Valois, third wife of Philip II of Spain, by Juan Pantoja de la Cruz, circa 1605

File:Isabel de Valois2..jpg - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Ana de Mendoza y de la Cerda was an outrageously wealthy Spanish aristocrat, born on 29 June 1540. She was considered one of the greatest beauties of her day in Europe, even though she lost an eye in a sword fight with one of her father's young pages. Perhaps the eyepatch made her more intriguing. She married at the age of 12 to Ruy Gómez de Silva, Prince of Eboli.

Lavinia Fontana - Portrait of a Lady 1590s

Portrait of the Duchess of Medina - (after) Anthonis Mor Van Dashorst

PORTRAIT OF A NOBLEWOMAN, PROBABLY PHILIPPINA WELSER (1527-80) - (after) Anthonis Mor Van Dashorst

Portrait of a lady with her children

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The secrets of this beautiful locket ring were not discovered until it was removed from Elizabeth I’s finger after she died in 1603. The mother-of-pearl ring with rubies in the band and diamonds on the facade was hiding two miniature enamel portraits, one of Elizabeth herself and the other believed to be her mother, Anne Boleyn, who was beheaded when Elizabeth was just two years old.

The Secret Locket Ring of Queen Elizabeth I

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Traveling suit worn by Louise Whitfield on April 22, 1887 during the evening of her quiet wedding to Mr. Andrew Carnegie of New York while aboard the steamship Fulda on her way to European honeymoon. Designed for her travels, this practical ensemble consists of skirt w 2 bodices, extra set of cuffs, collar and front gold embroidered pastron insert of red silk velvet for more formal occasions. Costume Institute at The Met.

1870's Four Piece Striped Silk Bustle Gown

Victorian 1870's Four Piece Striped Silk Bustle Gown

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