Elizabethan Collar Tutorial Part Two Supportasse by fangirlasylum on deviantART

woot woot part 2 is done! this is a tutorial on how to make the supportasse, it makes the collar stand sorry not so much d. Elizabethan Collar Tutorial Part Two Supportasse

Elizabethan Betsy Trockmorton

One where the beads support themselves so the shape is held, without starch or ironing that would be hazardous to beads.

Queen Elizabeth I played by Glenda Jackson in Mary, Queen of Scots 1971 movie

Glenda Jackson was one of the best Elizabeths ever. She totally captured the majesty, sharpness and snap of Britain's great queen.

Interesting History of Cosmetics That Will Surely Capture Your Attention. the Vintage News

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The Greatest People in History and What We Can Learn from Them - Queen Elizabeth I

The Greatest People in History Series - The Virgin Queen, Elizabeth I

An almost life-size portrait of Queen Elizabeth I in the Long Gallery at Hardwick Hall, thought to be by Nicholas Hilliard The portrait was commissioned by Bess of Hardwick who reputedly embroidered the Queen's dress.