Jewellery detail of Queen Elizabeth I, attributed to Nicholas Hilliard, about 1572-5

Jewellery detail of Queen Elizabeth I, attributed to Nicholas Hilliard, about 1572-5

Smock; English, 1575-1585. In Queen Elizabeth I's New Year's Gifts of 1588-9, this entry is listed: 'one smock of fyne Holland cloth, fair wrought with black silk'. The embroidery on this pictured smock (V&A Museum) includes an eglantine rose and a Tudor rose; the Queen was given many similar blackwork garments

Smock; English, 1575-1585. In Queen Elizabeth I's New Year's Gifts of 1588-9, this entry is listed: 'one smock of fyne Holland cloth, fair wrought with black silk'. The embroidery on this pictured smock (V&A Museum) includes an eglantine rose and a Tudor rose; the Queen was given many similar blackwork garments

the pomegranate motif of Eleonora de Toledo's dress worn in her 1550 Bronzino portrait Eleonora de Toledo 1550 fabric (Uffizi)

the pomegranate motif of Eleonora de Toledo's dress worn in her 1550 Bronzino portrait Eleonora de Toledo 1550 fabric (Uffizi)

Gloves 1624 - Art & Maison Fabre Millau Aveyron - Palais Royal Paris - Chateau de Versailles Cour des Senteurs

Gloves 1624 - Art & Maison Fabre Millau Aveyron - Palais Royal Paris - Chateau de Versailles Cour des Senteurs

Details of Portraits of Elizabeth I. The Queen's sleeve embroidered with suns. The Sun was a symbol which occurred frequently in Elizabeth's iconography.

Details of Portraits of Elizabeth I. The Queen's sleeve embroidered with suns. The Sun was a symbol which occurred frequently in Elizabeth's iconography.

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