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Queen Elizabeth I’s bedspread In 1572 Queen Elizabeth I visited Berkeley Castle in Gloucestershire. Several items alleged to have belonged to this queen and left at the castle still survive including a pair of gloves and this bedspread made for her. Today the items are on display in the China Room within the castle. Elizabeth never visited Berkeley again. It seems no vast sum was spent on Elizabeth’s visit which may have discouraged her from returning. Simultaneously Elizabeth may have ...

Portrait of Elizabeth I commissioned by Robert Dudley

1560s_Allegorical portrait of St Cecilia in 1560s dress. Artist: School of Ambrosius Benson. - hat, ruff, pearls

Elizabeth I by an Unknown Artist, c.1585.

Elizabeth Vernon (1572-1655) was the Chief Lady-in-Waiting to Queen Elizabeth I. She was Countess of Southampton and wife of Henry Wriothesley.