The 3rd queen of Henry VIII, Jane Seymour, was the mother of his only son Edward (later Edward VI). She wears a gown of red velvet, as in the famous portrait by Holbein, which opens at the front to reveal a panel of patterned red and gold brocade, with under sleeves of the same material. The over sleeves are of grey faux-fur and Jane wear a gable head-dress, with one side of the divided veil pinned up in a fashionable variation popular at the time.
Jane stands approx 33cm (13") high and has a signed and numbered ticket tied to her wrist.
I’ve been making historical costume dolls continuously since 1971 and during that time I have had the pleasure of supplying some of the most famous and exclusive retail outlets both here in the UK and the USA.
I model all of my own head, hands, and legs sculptures and my husband Roger reproduces them in porcelain, firing them to the white heat of 1243֯ Centigrade. I then paint on the features using China paint, firing them for a second time to 732֯ in order to fix the colours. Research for the accuracy of the costumes comes from my extensive library of books and my interest in early paintings. Patterns for the scaled down clothes are all my own which have been carefully worked out to give the correct look. No two dolls are ever quite the same which makes each doll that I create a true original.
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