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  • Natalie Dormer as Anne Boleyn wearing a ring with a blue stone in the 2008 series "The Tudors."
    • Showtime Networks

    The Tudors

    2008

    Costume seen on Natalie Dormer as Anne Boleyn

  • Tamzin Merchant as Katherine Howard wearing a ring with a blue stone in the 2010 series "The Tudors."
    • Showtime Networks

    The Tudors

    2010

    Costume seen on Tamzin Merchant as Katherine Howard

  • Cover of the 2011 edition of the novel "Rivals in the Tudor Court" by D. L. Bogdan.
    • Kensington Publishing Corp.

    Rivals in the Tudor Court

    2011

    Costume seen on the cover of a D. L. Bogdan novel

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This vivid blue ring was first spotted on Natalie Dormer as Anne Boleyn in a 2008 episode of The Tudors. 2010 saw the ring used again on The Tudors by Tamzin Merchant as Katherine Howard. The third sighting was on the cover of a 2011 D. L. Bogdan novel titled Rivals in the Tudor Court.

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About the Costume

This vivid blue ring was first spotted on Natalie Dormer as Anne Boleyn in a 2008 episode of The Tudors. 2010 saw the ring used again on The Tudors by Tamzin Merchant as Katherine Howard. The third sighting was on the cover of a 2011 D. L. Bogdan novel titled Rivals in the Tudor Court.

This vivid blue ring was first spotted on Natalie Dormer as Anne Boleyn in a 2008 episode of The Tudors. 2010 saw the ring used again on The Tudors by Tamzin Merchant as Katherine Howard. The third sighting was on the cover of a 2011 D. L. Bogdan novel titled Rivals in the Tudor Court.

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Costume Commentary

  1. Yes, perhaps you’re right, Lauren… But this rings are easy to confuse… Anyway, I never watched “The Tudors”, so I can’t really say anything… But thanks to point that out! I absolutely love Tudor costumes and jewelry!

  2. I did take a closer look and I do not see the same ring on the book that was used in The Tudors. The one on the book sits on top of a wide band and has no visible setting, if you look at the other pictures that I just posted you can clearly see that the one used in the Tudors clearly has both a thin band and a design on the setting. Plus the one in The Tudors is probably an aquamarine given that it is a light blue stone, where the one on the book cover is dark blue, maybe a sapphire or lapis

  3. Perhaps that one is another ring this cousins share… But I think that the ring in the book cover is actually the one in Natalie Dormer’s picture… With a closer look, the band in Anne Boleyn’s ring is wide and gold, very similar to the one in “Rivals in the Tudor court”… But I’m afraid I’m not a 100% sure about Katherine Howard’s ring, the picture isn’t very clear

  4. I don’t think that the ring seen on the cover of Rivals in the Tudor Court is the same one used in The Tudors.  Here are pictures of the one Natalie and Tamzin wear,  which show the ring as being set in gold with a braided design, and a thin band. Where the one on the book cover has no visible setting and a thick band.

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Costume Commentary

  1. Yes, perhaps you’re right, Lauren… But this rings are easy to confuse… Anyway, I never watched “The Tudors”, so I can’t really say anything… But thanks to point that out! I absolutely love Tudor costumes and jewelry!

  2. I did take a closer look and I do not see the same ring on the book that was used in The Tudors. The one on the book sits on top of a wide band and has no visible setting, if you look at the other pictures that I just posted you can clearly see that the one used in the Tudors clearly has both a thin band and a design on the setting. Plus the one in The Tudors is probably an aquamarine given that it is a light blue stone, where the one on the book cover is dark blue, maybe a sapphire or lapis

  3. Perhaps that one is another ring this cousins share… But I think that the ring in the book cover is actually the one in Natalie Dormer’s picture… With a closer look, the band in Anne Boleyn’s ring is wide and gold, very similar to the one in “Rivals in the Tudor court”… But I’m afraid I’m not a 100% sure about Katherine Howard’s ring, the picture isn’t very clear

  4. I don’t think that the ring seen on the cover of Rivals in the Tudor Court is the same one used in The Tudors.  Here are pictures of the one Natalie and Tamzin wear,  which show the ring as being set in gold with a braided design, and a thin band. Where the one on the book cover has no visible setting and a thick band.

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  1. Yes, perhaps you’re right, Lauren… But this rings are easy to confuse… Anyway, I never watched “The Tudors”, so I can’t really say anything… But thanks to point that out! I absolutely love Tudor costumes and jewelry!

  2. I did take a closer look and I do not see the same ring on the book that was used in The Tudors. The one on the book sits on top of a wide band and has no visible setting, if you look at the other pictures that I just posted you can clearly see that the one used in the Tudors clearly has both a thin band and a design on the setting. Plus the one in The Tudors is probably an aquamarine given that it is a light blue stone, where the one on the book cover is dark blue, maybe a sapphire or lapis

  3. Perhaps that one is another ring this cousins share… But I think that the ring in the book cover is actually the one in Natalie Dormer’s picture… With a closer look, the band in Anne Boleyn’s ring is wide and gold, very similar to the one in “Rivals in the Tudor court”… But I’m afraid I’m not a 100% sure about Katherine Howard’s ring, the picture isn’t very clear

  4. I don’t think that the ring seen on the cover of Rivals in the Tudor Court is the same one used in The Tudors.  Here are pictures of the one Natalie and Tamzin wear,  which show the ring as being set in gold with a braided design, and a thin band. Where the one on the book cover has no visible setting and a thick band.

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