Explore Tudor History, British History, and more!

Explore related topics

The Crowning Chair in Westminster Abbey, every British King or Queen has been crowned in this chair since 1308

The Crowning Chair in Westminster Abbey, every British King or Queen has been crowned in this chair since 1308

https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/ba/61/82/ba61824df074993110eadc684a764e33.jpg

https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/ba/61/82/ba61824df074993110eadc684a764e33.jpg

Mary Queen of Scots  was first buried in Peterborough Cathedral with great solemnity by Elizabeth's orders but James I brought the remains to Westminster in 1612. He had erected a magnificent marble tomb for her in the south aisle of the Lady Chapel on which there is a fine white marble effigy under an elaborate canopy.

Mary Queen of Scots was first buried in Peterborough Cathedral with great solemnity by Elizabeth's orders but James I brought the remains to Westminster in 1612. He had erected a magnificent marble tomb for her in the south aisle of the Lady Chapel on which there is a fine white marble effigy under an elaborate canopy.

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

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

Great Star of Africa in the royal scepter of the British Crown Jewels. It is one of the largest polished diamonds in the world.

Great Star of Africa in the royal scepter of the British Crown Jewels. It is one of the largest polished diamonds in the world.

St. George's Chapel, Windsor Castle  The burial site of King Henry VIII. The black slab in the isle is the tomb marker of his vault, shared with Jane Seymour,

St. George's Chapel, Windsor Castle The burial site of King Henry VIII. The black slab in the isle is the tomb marker of his vault, shared with Jane Seymour,

Pinterest
Search