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Catherine Parr - 1500–50 in Western European fashion - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Lady Margaret Tudor, (Henry VIII Sister) Queen of Scotland, Princess of England, Countess of Angus ~ Great Grandmother.

Portrait of a woman, aged sixteen, previously identified as Mary Fitzalan, Duchess of Norfolk, 1565

Hans Eworth called Mary Fitzalan Duchess of Norfolk - 1555 User:PKM/icon - Wikimedia Commons

Ancient Knowledge Pt 6 3 Lost History, Phoenicians, Alphabet, Symbology,...

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4th Century BC Torque. Source: Rosiemania - wikicommons.

Celtic Art

Gold torque 2 - Torc - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Tea Gown, ca. 1870 - this dress was made from authentic kimono fabric imported to America from Japan. The textile was probably originally intended for women of the samurai class via Museum at FIT

Tea gown Pink silk taffeta and embroidered crepe Date: This dress was made from authentic kimono fabric imported to America from Japan.

#TBT: Audrey Hepburn's 3 Wedding Dresses  The Wedding Dress that Never Was Before stepping into the spotlight, Audrey Hepburn was engaged to British businessman James Hanson. The couple was engaged for one year before calling off the wedding. However, Hepburn had already been fitted for a mid length, boatneck, silk dress, designed by the Rome-based Fontana sisters (she had been filming Roman Holiday at the time)

TBT: Audrey Hepburn's 3 Wedding Dresses

Image: Portrait believed to be of Queen Kateryn Parr.  A 17th or 18th century copy of a lost original.  The National Trust collection.

Image: Portrait believed to be of Queen Kateryn Parr. A or century copy of a lost original. The National Trust collection.

A Tudor portrait thought to show Henry VIII’s last wife Catherine Parr actually depicts his first, the National Portrait Gallery have said, after experts notice she was wearing the wrong clothes.

Tudor portrait re-identified after experts notice Henry VIII's wife was wearing the wrong clothes

A Tudor portrait thought to show Henry VIII’s last wife Catherine Parr actually depicts his first, the National Portrait Gallery have said, after experts notice she was wearing the wrong clothes.

Katherine Parr copy of Vellutello edition of Petrarchra works (1544)

HISTORICAL: Katherine Parr's copy of Vellutello's edition of Petrarch's works Copy of Il Petrarcha con l’espositione d’A. con le figure a i triomphi et con piu cose utili in varii luoghi aggiunte owned by Catherine Parr British Library,

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