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16th Century Germany Astronomical Ring

The only remaining Medieval Crown (1370-80) Probably originally made for Anne of Bohemia, wife of Richard II, King of England from 1377-1400. The crown was part of the royal treasure seized by Henry Bolingbroke, who became Henry IV. This crown was later sent by Henry with his daughter Blanche when she was married off in order to cement an anti-French alliance.

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freystupid: “The only remaining Medieval Crown (1370-80) ” Probably originally made for Anne of Bohemia, wife of Richard II, King of England from 1377-1400. The crown was part of the royal treasure...

Paulus Tullner, Nautilus Cup, c. 1559-1571, gilded silver, shell, h. 6 7/9 in. (17.2 cm) © Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden, Grünes Gewölbe / Paul Kuchel

Exhibition brings to Los Angeles some of the greatest achievements of German Renaissance art - Alain.R.Truong

“Renaissance and Reformation: German Art in the Age of Dürer and Cranach” will be on show at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art from...

'Pendant jewel in the form of a sea-dragon'. Spain, late 16th C. Tail and one side of the body formed of a large baroque pearl, the other side chased with cartouche and enamelled. Height: 5.7 centimetres (sea-dragon). -The British Museum, London-

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Automaton clock, Augsburg, ca 1580/1590, H. 42 cm, L. 37,5 cm, W. 23,5 cm, Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna

Figurenuhr mit türkischer Barke, Automat, Türkenautomat

um 1580/1590, Schloss Ambras Innsbruck

Jane Jewels from England monarchs.  I can do a version of this!

Athena's Grove - Fabric Trims & Notions

Based on a painting of Jane Seymour from tudorjewels.com

Twelve Medallions Mounted as a Necklace | Page 2 | Cleveland Museum of Art. France, Paris, late 14th-early 15th century enameled gold, precious stones, a.nd pearls; some later additions with modern chain

Twelve Medallions Mounted as a Necklace

These medallions, which have loops on the backs, must have originally been sewn onto a garment or, more likely, a woman’s headpiece. In spite of the modern chain to which they are now attached, the