Jane Seymour was the third of the six wives of England’s King Henry VIII. She was the mother of Edward VI
Edward VI (Edward Tudor; October 12, 1537 at Hampton Court Palace; † July 6, 1553 at Greenwich) was the third monarch of the Tudor dynasty and King of England and Ireland from 1547 to 1553.
The art of perfumery began to be cultivated in Italy early in the 16th century. France has been associated with the cultivation of sweet-smelling flowers from early times.
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History of Costume. MIDDLE AGES. MIDDLE CLASS. 1000 A.D – 1300 A.D.
Royal and historic gloves and shoes. The Crackow was found in an ancient house in Toledo.
Costume of a lady of quality, tradeswoman, gentleman, worker and child, 17th century.
Enamel dish. Allegory of Spring. Youths and maidens in antique costume dancing to the music of a viol, a lyre and a panpipe.
This dish is a repetition in pottery of a famous work in pewter by the goldsmith François Briot.
Treasury of the Cathedral at Nancy. This chalice and paten are of gold, enriched with precious stones and small cloisonné enamels
Cabinet for coins, Cabinet des médaille by Gilles Joubert 1755 ordered by Louis XV. Louis-quinze style