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    Napkin owned by Elizabeth I showing the arms of her mother, Anne Boleyn

    Arbella Stuart was a direct descendant of King Henry VII of England. As the only child of Charles Stuart, Earl of Lennox and Elizabeth Cavendish, she was a grandchild of Matthew Stewart, 4th Earl of Lennox and Margaret Douglas, who was, in turn, the daughter of Margaret Tudor, widow of James IV of Scotland, mother of James V of Scotland, and daughter of England's Henry VII. Margaret Douglas was the product of Margaret Tudor's second marriage, to Archibald Douglas, 6th Earl of Angus

    Tudor sword of Henry VIII @ Ashmolean Museum, Oxford 1500-1600, rock crystal and gilt silver. Said to be given to him by the Pope.

    The Beaufort Portcullis was a very important part of the representation of Henry VII and that of his descendants. Margaret Beaufort, his mother, is a descendant of the first duke of Lancester, John of Gaunt, who was the son of King Edward III.

    Tudor and Stuart Royals, a painting at Leeds Castle Henry VII; Henry VIII; Edward VI; Mary I; Elizabeth I; James I; Henry, Prince of Wales; Charles I; Anne of Denmark; Frederick V, King of Bohemia; Elizabeth, Queen of Bohemia

    Oldest, functioning Tudor style chimney, Thornbury Castle where Ann Boleyn and Henry VIII stayed in 1535

    black and pearls

    Duke Of Suffolk, Charles brandon - kings-and-queens Photo

    Princess Mary Tudor - kings-and-queens Photo

    On the 15th January 1559, Elizabeth I was crowned Queen of England. Sometimes called "The Virgin Queen", "Gloriana" or "Good Queen Bess", Elizabeth was the fifth and last monarch of the Tudor dynasty.

    scan history revealed

    Catherine Parr, sixth (and last) wife of Henry VIII

    These Medieval Headdresses were much in evidence in the Early Tudor era.

    My early Tudor costume (c.1500) by esmolnyakova, via Flickr

    Reinette: Valois Princesses

    A replica of Mary Tudor’s wedding dress A beautiful replica of Mary Tudor’s wedding dress. Made by costume expert Tanya Elliott. Mary’s dress was recorded in one contemporary report to be in the French style and made of ‘rich tissue with a border and wide sleeves, embroidered upon purple satin, set with pearls of our store, lined with purple taffeta’. It had a partlet, the sleeveless jacket covering just the chest and a high collar. The kirtle was of white satin enriched with s...

    Renaissance Elizabethan Tudor hats

    Version of an early Tudor Period Hood. Nicely done!

    Tudor Costume - English, Early Tudor

    Tudor brocade