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    Queen Elizabeth 1 gloves

    Queen Elizabeth 1 Coronation gloves

    Gloves of Queen Elizabeth I

    Queen Elizabeth I

    Queen Mary of Teck....the grandmother of Queen Elizabeth

    A jacket one belonging to Queen Elizabeth I. Gorgeous!

    the lock of greying red hair preserved at Wilton, Queen Elizabeth I is said to have given to Philip Sidney in 1572 when she was thirty-nine

    Seal & Signature of Elizabeth I, you can see her handwriting was pretty

    Early 1980s Great Britain 10 Pounds Queen Elizabeth Florence Nightingale Signed Somerset Prefix 64H

    1589 Elizabeth Brydges, maid of honor to Queen Elizabeth by Hieronimo Custodis (Woburn Abbey, Woburn UK) "ELIZABETH BRYDGES (1574-October, 1617) Elizabeth Brydges was the daughter of Giles Brydges, 3rd baron Chandos (1547-February 21,1594) and Frances Clinton (1551-September 12,1623).Excerpt: She and Elizabeth Russell were turned out of the Coffer Chamber for going to watch the earl play at ballon without permission, later allowed to return to Court.

    Although throughout her reign Queen Elizabeth I never spoke publicly of her mother, upon Elizabeth's death in 1603, this ring was removed from her finger. Within its secret compartment are two miniature enamel portraits, one of Elizabeth, the other, of Anne Boleyn.

    The death of Queen Elizabeth I., as imagined by artist, Paul Delaroche (1828). In March 1603 Elizabeth was described as being unwell and seemed depressed. She took up residence in one of her favourite palaces – Richmond – close to the River Thames. She refused to allow herself to be examined, and she refused take to her bed – standing for hours on end. As her condition deteriorated her ladies-in-waiting spread cushions on the floor, and Elizabeth eventually lay down on them.

    All royals family tree - family tree showing everybody on the throne of England from William the Conqueror to our present Queen Elizabeth II

    Queen Elizabeth II’s special Coronation Glove [1953] (seen on right) was made by Dents. The glove worn by Queen Elizabeth I for her Coronation is seen on the left.

    The actual coronation gown of Queen Elizabeth I. It is amazing it survived the English Civil War and Cromwell's wrath. Most of Elizabeth's royal jewels and regalia were melted down or destroyed.

    Holy cow. Queen Elizabeth II's coronation robes, ca. 1952

    Queen Elizabeth I: In Her Own Words

    The bible of Queen Elizabeth I, 1583.

    Halogen® Nordstrom 'Touch Tech' Cashmere Gloves available at #Nordstrom in pink plumier

    Detail of a serpent embroidered on Elizabeth’s sleeve in the Rainbow Portrait, with a heart-shaped ruby in its mouth. The serpent represents wisdom, and the ruby Elizabeth’s heart, implying that the Queen’s wisdom controls her emotions.