What a beautiful face! Miniature of Princess Elizabeth, later Elizabeth I, by William Essex
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What a beautiful face! Miniature of Princess Elizabeth by William Essex. Elizabeth I Queen of England (1533-1603)
A young Elizabeth I, the last monarch of the tudor dytansy.
What a beautiful face! Miniature of Anne and Henry's daughter, Princess Elizabeth, later Elizabeth I, by William Essex. She had her mothers dark eyes and fathers light coloring and reddish hair.
A re-creation of a Tudor gown ala Queen Catherine Howard, fifth wife of Henry VIII, for display at Gainsborough Old Hall, to commemorate Henry and Catherine’s visit made as part of Henry’s Northern Progress in 1541.
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Catherine Howard’s White Gown.
Art A re-creation of a Tudor gown ala Queen Catherine Howard, fifth wife of Henry VIII, for display at Gainsborough Old Hall, to commemorate Henry and Catherines visit made as part of Henrys Northern Progress in 1541. tudor-history
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Elizabeth, the Virgin Queen, Queen of hearts by LisaPerrinArt, via Flickr
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Elizabeth, the Virgin Queen, Queen of Hearts Art Print
Four-Eyed Fashionista Drawings - Mercedes deBellard Renders Girls with Chic Glasses (GALLERY)
Lisa Perrin: Elizabeth, the Virgin Queen, Queen of Hearts
Elizabeth, the Virgin Queen by ~LisaPerrin
One of my favourite portraits of Her Majesty.
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Tiara given to Queen Elizabeth by Queen Mary as a wedding gift. It is the Girls of Great Britain and Ireland tiara and was made by Garrards in 1893.
Queen Elizabeth II & Ireland tiara (one of my very favorite pictures of The Queen)
One of the most beautiful portraits of a young Queen Elizabeth II
Marie Antoinette's Private Chambers
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Ghostly image of Marie Antoinette’s private chambers… “The Cabinet de la Meridienne, a small octagonal room decorated in 1782 to celebrate the birth of the Dauphin. This is one of the rooms at Versaille where we can most readily imagine Marie Antoinette’s life, and understand her style. The subtle interplay of mirrors creates the sense of intimate privacy actively sought by the queen…” Marie Antoinette Style Adrien Goetz
Marie Antoinette private chambers
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.
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Queen Anne Boleyns 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. my-not-so-secret-addiction-to-history
Anne Boleyn's prayer book carried to her execution. In 1873, Robert Marsham described a manuscript owned by his brother, Charles Masham, 3rd Earl of Romney, in On a manuscript Book of prayers in a binding of gold enamelled, said to have been given by Queen Anne Boleyn to a lady of the Wyatt family, thought to have been Margaret Lee, sister of Thomas Wyatt and one of Anne's ladies. It was sold in 1982 to a London book dealer for $249,480.
Queen Elizabeth's locket ring, c.1575. The portraits depict Elizabeth (lower) and a likeness of Anne Boleyn, her mother.
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Queen Elizabeth I’s Ring. Gold, mother-of-pearl, rubies, and enamel, c.1560. According to tradition this ring was dedicated to James I (James VI of Scotland) as evidence of the Queen’s death and given by him to 1st Earl of Home in 1603. I'd love to sell copies of important ancient or antique jewelry like this!
Queen Elizabeth I's ring. Mother of pearl, rubies, diamonds. The contents of the locket were not fully discovered until Elizabeth's death in 1603. It contains a picture of Elisabeth I and what is believed to be her mother, Anne Boleyn. http://static.messynessychic.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/ring2.jpg
Locket ring of Queen Elizabeth I. (gold with enamel, rubies, diamonds & mother-of-pearl), The top portrait is of her mother, Ann Boleyn, the other is a profile of Elizabeth herself. History. Porn.
Ann Boleyn by Liza Falzon
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This print graces my living room wall.
Ann Boleyn portrait - Lisa Falzon art print
Ann Boleyn, The Most Happy by meluseena.deviantart.com on @deviantART - From the artist's comments: "Anne Boleyn, second wife of King Henry VIII, whose motto was 'The Most Happy' The clever and ambitious Ann rose from the anonymity of the Queen's maidservant to the very throne of England."
Sad face of Anne Boleyn
Queen Anne Boleyn Portrait - by Lisa Falzon
Banqueting Hall at Hatfield House, all that remains of the original palace (c1485) where Elizabeth I lived. Hertfordshire, UK
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Hatfield House. Banqueting Hall at Hatfield House, all that remains of the original palace (c1485) where Elizabeth I lived. Hertfordshire, UK
Queen Elizabeth I grew up at the Royal Palace of Hatfield (Hatfield House) in Hertfordshire, England. Not much is left of the original palace, but the Banqueting Hall, shown here has survived, and the palace itself has been rebuilt. In the palace's gardens, an oak tree marks the place where Elizabeth first heard of her accession to the throne.
Sixth and last wife of Henry VIII. Born: 1512 Married to King Henry VIII: 12 July 1543 Queen's Closet, Hampton Court Palace Widowed: 28 January 1547 Died: 5 September 1548 Sudeley Castle Buried: 5 September 1548 St Mary's Chapel, Sudeley Castle