Tudor dog collar. There were several dog collars in Henry VIII's Inventory and 65 leashes for hounds which were kept in the closet next to the privy chamber at Greenwich. This is one of the few remaining items.
A built-in dog crate. - cut drywall the size you need for your pet - line inside space with drywall, paint. Frame outside with molding and add 2 strips of decorative molding to form triangular pediment, paint molding & inside pediment area. attach framed grill with hinges.
Step Inside This Beautiful Tudor House and Garden in Alabama
Tasha Tudor, followed a 19th century lifestyle well into her old age, barefoot, bonneted, gathering, embroidering, illustrating childrens books, having tea and homemade cookies with the neighbor kids. and her corgis. I love this woman.
Henry VIII's flagship Mary Rose sank in 1545! The skeleton of a dog was found near the sliding door to the carpenter’s cabin. Museum staff have named the mongrel Hatch. He was a young, healthy male, aged between 18 months and two years when he died. Hatch looked like a cross between a terrier and a whippet and was probably used to catch rats onboard. Superstitious Tudor seafarers did not have cats on board ship as they were thought to bring bad luck.