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Replica of Mary Tudor's wedding gown

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 silver and it had a train. The replica was made for the…

Full-length portrait of Queen Mary I of England, standing, wearing a wide hood with a high rising open collar showing an inner frill and a white and gold brocaded gown with a tight-fitting bodice and wide sleeves. Inscribed lower left La Reÿna dinglatiera Maria

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Oil painting: Queen Mary I of England (1516 - 1558), after Anthonis Mor (Antonio Moro), 17th century.. Museum Number WM.5-1980.

Queen Mary’s Diamond Riviere. The breathtaking diamond Riviere was comprised of 24 old-cut diamonds set in glitters of gold and silver.

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Queen Mary’s Diamond Riviere. The breathtaking diamond Riviere was comprised of 24 old-cut diamonds set in glitters of gold and silver.

Framlingham Castle in Suffolk once belonged to Mary Tudor, the eldest daughter of King Henry VIII and Catherine of Aragon. In 1552, the castle became hers after the death of Thomas Howard, the third Duke of Norfolk. She had already been granted most of the Howard estates in East Anglia in Henry VIII's will of 1547.

Framlingham Castle in Suffolk once belonged to Mary Tudor, the eldest daughter of King Henry VIII and Catherine of Aragon. In 1552, the castle became hers after the death of Thomas Howard, the third Duke of Norfolk. She had already been granted most of the Howard estates in East Anglia in Henry VIII's will of 1547.

Stained glass window of Queen Mary I

Stained glass window of Queen Mary I

Stained glass window of Queen Mary I in the Chapel of Trinity College, Cambridge. The college was founded by Henry VIII in 1546. His daughter, Mary, granted Trinity monastic lands worth £370 a year in 1554. Building of the chapel commenced during Mary’s reign. The stained glass image of Mary is beside one of her father. The windows were commissioned in the nineteenth-century. The chapel was completed in 1567, during the reign of Elizabeth I (who is also represented in one of the windows).

Stained glass window of Queen Mary I

Stained glass window of Queen Mary I in the Chapel of Trinity College, Cambridge. The college was founded by Henry VIII in 1546. His daughter, Mary, granted Trinity monastic lands worth £370 a year in 1554. Building of the chapel commenced during Mary’s reign. The stained glass image of Mary is beside one of her father. The windows were commissioned in the nineteenth-century. The chapel was completed in 1567, during the reign of Elizabeth I (who is also represented in one of the windows).

Stained glass window of Queen Mary I

Stained glass window of Queen Mary I

Stained glass window of Queen Mary I in the Chapel of Trinity College, Cambridge. The college was founded by Henry VIII in 1546. His daughter, Mary, granted Trinity monastic lands worth £370 a year in 1554. Building of the chapel commenced during Mary’s reign. The stained glass image of Mary is beside one of her father. The windows were commissioned in the nineteenth-century. The chapel was completed in 1567, during the reign of Elizabeth I (who is also represented in one of the windows).

A sketch from life of Mary I for a stained glass window

A sketch from life of Mary I for a stained glass window

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Mary I of England

Mary Tudor, Queen of England, posthumous portrait after Han Eworth.

Linda Porter's biography of another misunderstood queen, Mary Tudor, dispels the worthiness of the popular moniker: Bloody Mary.

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Linda Porter's biography of another misunderstood queen, Mary Tudor, dispels the worthiness of the popular moniker: Bloody Mary.

Henry VIII, Catherine of Aragon, and Princess Mary in prayer, stained glass window design

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Queen Mary I's letter to Sir Edward Hastings, 1553.

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Queen Mary I's letter to Sir Edward Hastings, 1553.

Mary I (1516–1558)

Mary I (1516–1558)

Mary I (1516–1558)

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Mary I (1516–1558) (Mary Tudor)

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