This beautiful replica of Anne Boleyn has been featured in print publications regarding the history of the hapless queen.
This is a half-torso mannequin piece made of sturdy acrylic and is completely hand-painted. She wears a bodice of deep burgundy velveteen that is adorned around the collar with lace and hand-sewn acrylic pearls and goldtone filigree ornaments. Her long sleeves are accented with gold mesh lined with lace and gold and pearl acrylic beads. On her right hand she wears a ruby and amethyst acrylic ring.
Queen Anne wears a beautiful pearl and chain necklace based on the design in her famous portrait and created especially for her by After Dark Jewelry.
The life-sized head is completely detachable and can be positioned in many different ways. She wears a matching burgundy velveteen headdress adorned with wide gold lace and acrylic pearls and a black satin veil over her auburn hair.
Anne’s injuries by sword decapitation are shown in great detail, with spinal bone, trachea, esophagus, and muscle tissue showing both on the torso and beneath her chin.
Her torso is mounted on a wooden base stand that bears her name. She is 23” tall with stand, and the base is approx. 21” wide and 12” deep. This piece weighs approx. 15 pounds.
VERY IMPORTANT SHIPPING NOTES ON THIS DOLL: Because of the fragile nature of this piece it can only be shipped within the continental USA.
All Headless Historicals creations come with a certificate signed by the artist that also give a little bit of history behind the subject.
Headless Historicals specializes in dolls and other items that commemorate the lives and deaths of famous people in history. You can see photos and information of all the dolls we've done over the years on our website at www.HeadlessHistoricals.com
CUSTOM ORDER HEADS AND TORSOS ARE AVAILABLE!
Don't see your favorite historical execution victim? Have a friend with a morbid sense of humor? Ever just wanted someone's head on a platter?
I can make custom life-sized head pieces and torso mannequins for special orders. Heads can be mounted in baskets, on platters, or on pillow displays. Torsos can be done with wood display mount (like Anne Boleyn's here) or done plain without a display stand. Convo me for more details.