The bed was discovered in a hotel car park in Chester. It has been identified as the bed created for the marriage of the first Tudor king, Henry VII and Elizabeth of York who married in It is also assumed to be where Henry VIII was conceived.
A massive, century, State Bed re-upholstered in a blue, silk damask brocaded with gold thread rewoven by Rubelli from their archive material. The original gold braidwork re-applied throughout. Reputedly from the collection of Sir Charles Lawes Wittew
This green "Eye" is formed by a tall spiral staircase in a brick tower, reaching toward the bell inside the Lamberti Tower, Verona Italy. (You are looking upward into the bell tower:) By Davide Lombardi