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Oxburgh Hangings - a Quayle (quail)

The Oxburgh Hangings

Textile panel 'The Oxburgh Hangings' of embroidered linen canvas with silk, gold and silver threads, possibly made by Mary Queen of Scots and Elizabeth Talbot, probably made in Sheffield, ca.

More needlework from Mary Queen of Scots.  She may have worked this one with Bess of Hardwick.

Mary Queen of Scots’s Embroidery. This is displayed in the exhibition on the ground floor. Mary Queen of Scots was under the Custodianship of George Talbot, Earl of Shrewsbury and Bess of Hardwick from 1568 to

This fragment of an embroidered panel depicts the skin of a 'genet' a type of civet cat. It is part of a collection of needlework known as the Oxburgh hangings. They were made between 1570 and about 1585, the work of Mary Queen of Scots during her imprisonment in England and Elizabeth (Bess) Talbot, Countess of Shrewsbury. Bess’s husband George Talbot, Earl of Shrewsbury was responsible for Mary and she stayed at one or other of the Shrewsbury estates.

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The embroideries of Mary Queen of Scots and also of her guard during captivity, Bess of Hardwick, are ever a source of great interest.

A catte - Embroidered panel by Mary, Queen of Scots

This embroidered panel, of cruciform shape, depicting a ginger cat with a mouse on a chequered floor, bearing the cipher of Mary, Queen of Scots. The Scottish Queen was a skilled needlewoman and there is another panel by her in the Royal Collection.

Panel | Mary Queen of Scots | V&A Search the Collections

Panel

Panel | Mary Queen of Scots | V&A Search the Collections

This tapestry was worked on by Mary Queen of Scots and Bess of Hardwick. During Mary’s imprisonment, she spent much time stitching with Bess of Hardwick, whose husband was her guard. This piece shows a monkey, labelled as an eape, which is embroidered in linen and silk and gold tissue on velvet.

An 'eape' (ape) embroidered by Mary, Queen of Scots and Bess of Hardwick, on loan from the V&A, London. The monkey is embroidered in linen, silk and gold tissue on velvet. It was based on a woodcut from Historiae Animalium by Conrad Gesner.

Tapestry embroidered by Mary, Queen of Scots while in captivity.  http://www.marileecody.com/maryqosimages.html

Being Bess: On This Day in Elizabethan History: Queen Elizabeth Signs the Execution Warrant of Mary Stuart

Embroidered detail of beekeep and bees |The Marian Hanging | Mary Queen of Scots | V Search the Collections

The Marian Hanging

embroidered detail of beekeep and bees / The Marian Hanging / Mary Queen of Scots

The Oxburgh Hangings worked by Mary, Queen of Scots and her attendants, c1570. Embroidered linen canvas with silk, gold and silver threads

The Oxburgh Hangings

Textile panel 'The Oxburgh Hangings' of embroidered linen canvas with silk, gold and silver threads, probably made by Mary Queen of Scots and Elizabeth Talbot, probably made in Sheffield, ca.

Mary Queen of Scots monogram tapestry. If I could have a day of needlework and conversation with anyone it would be Mary...

Mary Queen of Scots monogram tapestry. If I could have a day of needlework and conversation with anyone it would be Mary.

The Oxburgh Hangings  Object: Panel  Place of origin: Sheffield, England (probably, made)  Date: ca. 1570 (made)  Artist/Maker: Elizabeth Talbot, born 1527 - died 1608 (possibly, maker)  Materials and Techniques: Embroidered linen canvas with silk, gold and silver threads  Museum number: T.33K-1955

The Oxburgh Hangings

Oxburgh Hangings ca. 'A Pea: Cocke". With the initials ES embroidered on the piece, assumptions are that Elizabeth Shrewsburry is the maker.

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Details of a large English flag with embroidered heraldic decorations Circa Tudor period.

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