Queen Anne Boleyn's Psalter. By tradition this tiny gold prayer book was carried by Anne to her execution where she presented it to one of the ladies attending her on the scaffold, her friend Margaret Wyatt. It would have been worn hanging from a waist chain.
The wedding bed for Sir John Radclyffe and Lady Anne Asshawe, dates back to the 1570s. The bed is the only surviving piece of furniture from Ordsall Hall. The Radclyffe family were one of the most influential families in England who served Tudor kings and queens in civil and foreign wars.
Anne Boleyn's Book of Hours was made in Bruges in c. 1450 and bears the inscription, "Le temps viendra,"(the time will come) and Anne's signature, "Je Anne Boleyn", beneath a miniature of the Last Judgement. There is also a drawing of an astrolabe by Anne to symbolise time. It is housed in her family home, Hever Castle, Kent.