Reign (2013 - ) on the CW. This mix of history & speculative writing about Mary, Queen of Scots is fascinating & highly entertaining! If you want a historic type nighttime drama with mystery, murder & mayhem with sex appeal, watch this show! #reign
Mary Queen of Scots’ Watch: Large SKULL WATCH given by the Queen to Mary Seton. The forehead of the skull is engraved with a figure of death between a palace and a cottage, and a quotation in Latin meaning ‘pale death visits with impartial foot the cottages of the poor and the castles of the rich’ (Horace). The skull is held upside down and the jaw lifted to read the silver dial. The hour is struck on a bell. Made by Moyant A Blois (1570-90). The escapement is unfortunately a CONVERSION to le...
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A cat embroidered by Mary Queen of Scots, said to represent her cousin Elizabeth I. Mary herself is represented by the mouse.
The Oxburgh Hangings, panel about 1570 Museum no. T.33II-1955 Victoria Albert Museum These panels of silk cross stitch on exposed linen ground, with couched threads in a swirling design, were originally appliqued to a velvet ground. The design of birds, animals and fish is based on the illustrations to Conrad Gesner's Icones Animalium,  published in Zurich in 1560. The panels were embroidered by the imprisoned Mary Queen of Scots, assisted by
Misty Stirling Castle, the green lady of Stirling castle is said to be the ghost of one of Mary,Queen of Scots servants. Mary herself has been said to be the identity of the ghost of a pink lady.
The Wild Queen: The Days and Nights of Mary, Queen of Scots (Young Royals)
Masonary Remains of Fotheringhay Castle, site of the execution of Mary, Queen of Scots. Northamptonshire, England
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Mary (Adelaide Kane) in a new look for Season 2 of REIGN on the CW. I adore her character as Mary, Queen of Scots.
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The Seton Watch was made for Mary Queen of Scots in the late 1500s. It has a silver engraved case and a small bell that strikes on the
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Tomb Effigy of Mary, Queen of Scots, Westminster Abbey