Henry Frederick Prince of Wales (1594-1612) shown here in his thirteenth year wearing a suit of armour of French make - lavishly decorated with bands of scrollwork - which remains in the Royal Collection at Windsor Castle.
Princess Amelia was the youngest of the fifteen children of George III and Queen Charlotte. She died at the age of 27 after a long period of illness, precipitating her father's descent into insanity. This ring is part of a set of 52, commissioned by her brother the Prince Regent, later George IV, to mark her life. It is inscribed 'Remember me' and with her initial 'A'. They were made by the Royal goldsmiths, Rundell, Bridge & Rundell.
Armour design. This is a design for armour for Sir Christopher Hatton (ca. 1540-91), courtier and politician, and comes from an album of designs known as the Almain Armourer's Album, or Jacob Album. The Album is one of the Victoria and Albert Museum's great Elizabethan treasures. It was compiled between 1557 and 1587 by Master Armourer, Jacob Halder, and records, in vivid detail, notable commissions at the English Royal Armoury in Greenwich during those years
Levina Teerlinc (b. 1510/20-d. 1576). was a Flemish Renaissance miniaturist who served as a painter to the English court of Edward VI, Mary I and Elizabeth I.. She then served as the royal painter to Henry VIII, whose royal painter, Hans Holbein the Younger, had recently died.