Gemstone brooch of Catherine Howard. Lovestruck with his very young bride, Henry VIII spent more money on jewels and gifts for her than on any of his other four wives. The French ambassador wrote: "the King is so amorous of her that he cannot treat her [Catherine] well enough, and caresses her more than he did the others." In return, Catherine was caring and affectionate to her much older husband. Initially, Henry refused to believe that Catherine was guilty of any indiscretions.
Queen Elizabeth's pearl and ruby necklace. Historians say it's possible that the pearls may have belonged originally to her mother, Anne Boleyn.
Anne Boleyn gold brooch necklace. More
"Queen Elizabeth I" Cluster Necklace. Replica from the one she´s wearing in the next portrait
Anillo de la reina Elizabeth I. Oro, madreperla, rubíes y esmalte, c.1560. Según la tradición este anillo fue dedicado a James I (Jacobo VI de Escocia) como evidencia de la muerte de la reina y dado por él al primer conde de Home en 1603.