Elizabeth I 1533-1603, actually Elizabeth Tudor, also known as The Virgin Queen was from 1558 to the day she died queen of England.
Mary Stuart 1542-1587 born as Mary Stewart, was on 14 December 1542 to the July 24, 1567 as Mary I Queen of Scotland and through her marriage to Francis II. from 1559 to 1560 Queen of France.
During the Wars of the Roses, Henry was the last survivor of the House of Lancaster and became its head. Through his marriage to the heiress of the House of York Elizabeth Plantagenet, England hoped for an end to the civil war between the two houses and a lasting peace.
Anne Boleyn, 1st Marquess of Pembroke was the second of the six wives of Henry VIII and Queen of England from 1533 to 1536.
Gauntlets and gloves. England 16th century. Tudor fashion era.
Mary Stuart, Queen of Scots 1542-1587. Mary Stuart receiving her death warrant after she was found guilty of plotting to assassinate Queen Elizabeth I of England by James David Smillie (1833-1909).… Read More
16th century tudor shoe. Renaissance fashion period. PLATE IX. FROM its appearance this shoe must be a very old one, but the date and name of its wearer cannot be discovered.… Read More
16th century tudor shoe style. Renaissance fashion period. PLATE VIII. NOTHING can be ascertained about Mrs Brown, the owner of this magnificent shoe, except her name. It is made of… Read More
Shoe said to have belonged to Mary Stuart Queen of Scots. Shoe being made of plain black satin, relieved by a diamond buckle to fasten. England Tudor fashion era 16th century.
The wars of religion — The fashions of Italy are brought across the Alps, and are welcomed in France — Effects of the expeditions into Italy — Articles from Venice and Genoa are very fashionable — A cloud of sugar-plums, and a shower of scents — Effeminate style of dress — Charles IX. and his Edicts against extravagant display — Fashion rebels against sumptuary laws — Women of high rank, bourgeoises, widows, and spinsters — Wedding dresses — Observations of a Venetian ambassador — “Corps piqué” — Drawers—Pain — Cosmetics — Breast mirrors, girdle mirrors — Court dresses — “Arcelets.”