Wives Of Henry VIII
Catherine Parr - 1512 – 5 September 1548) was Queen of England from 1543 until 1547, as the last of the six wives of King Henry VIII. She married him on 12 July 1543, and outlived him. She was also the most-married English queen, with four husbands, and the first English queen to be titled "Queen of Ireland".
THE BEAUTIFUL CARVED CEILING OF ROOD SCREEN THAT HENRY VIII COMMISSIONED IN HONOR OF HIS MARRIAGE TO ANNE BOLEYN. LOOK CLOSELY, YOU WILL SEE THEIR INITIALS, TIED WITH A LOVER'S KNOT AND ANNE'S EMBLEM, THE FALCON, PERCHED ON A TREE STUMP - WITH TUDOR FLOWER'S SPRINGING FORTH. HENRY'S MEN IN WHICH HE ORDERED TO REMOVE "EVERY REMINDER OF HER" FAILED TO DO SO.
Katherine of Aragon's window in St George's Chapel. To the right is a wooden oriel window in St George’s Chapel, Windsor, that looks onto the Quire. Was originally built for Katherine of Aragon, whose pomegranate emblem is still present. This is where Katherine Parr sat and watched Henry VIII’s funeral service and burial that occurred below. To the left is a stone window that opens into the raised chapel of Edward IV's Chantry.
The outfit made according to a portrait of 3rd Henry VIII's wife Jane Seymour by Hans Holbein, 1537 (The royal picture gallery Mauritshuis, Haag). The outfit is hand-sewn by linen and silk thread according to patterns in the book The Tudor Tailor, even if some methods were fitted to the portrait. The dress is made of 11 meters of half-silk velvet and consists of the dress with the train and turn-back sleeves and separate stomacher, which is pinned over the front lacing of dress. Brass pins ar...