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RESERVED FOR PAULA/Mary Queen of Scots Collection/Linlithgow Palace

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I have rendered this cloche in a black and cream wool tartan, symbolic of the light and dark days of Queen Mary's tumultous life. It is trimmed in a tapestry ribbon of laurel and roses, set on a black crushed velvet hatband, and finished with an ashes of roses shade of pink, crushed velvet sculpted flower. The pink color, recalls her innocence at birth, and is surrounded by black velvet, in reverence of her bitter end. The flower is held in place by a vintage black jet button; fragile as was her short reign. This lovely hat is fully lined, and the brim is wired for a sturdy edge. Please spot clean only, as the button is very breakable. Please store on a hat form, or stuffed with tissue in a hat box, when not in use.
Born to already royal parents, James 5th of Scotland, and Mary of Guise (France), on December 7th, 1542 at Linlithgow Palace, in Lothian, Scotland, the infant Mary was destined to be Queen less than a year after her birth. She was crowned at Stirling Castle on September 9th,1543. It is this French-Scottish heritage that brought about the alliance to rid Scotland of the English, with the Treaty of Boulogne in 1549.
Orsini~MediciCouture Millinery

RESERVED FOR PAULA/Mary Queen of Scots Collection/Linlithgow Palace

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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: wool, cotton, rayon, acetate, wire, glass
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