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    • Universal Pictures

    Elizabeth

    1998

    Costume seen on several actors as noblemen

    • Hallmark Entertainment

    The Lion in Winter

    2003

    Costume seen on Glenn Close as Eleanor of Aquitaine

    • Showtime Networks

    The Tudors

    2007

    Costume seen on Jonathan Rhys Meyers as Henry VIII

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About the Costume

Multiple golden crowns with spades and spikes were probably made for Elizabeth in 1998, though they could date to an earlier production. One of the crowns was worn by Christopher Eccleston as the Duke of Norfolk, with others used on several other actors as noblemen. One crown showed up in the 2003 made for TV adaptation of The Lion in Winter on Glenn Close as Queen Eleanor. It was then seen on Jonathan-Rhys Meyers as Henry VIII in the TV series The Tudors in 2007.

The costumes for Elizabeth were designed by Alexandra Byrne, who was nominated for an Academy Award for her work. She did not win but later won the award for the sequel Elizabeth: The Golden Age.

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Additional Images

About the Costume

Multiple golden crowns with spades and spikes were probably made for Elizabeth in 1998, though they could date to an earlier production. One of the crowns was worn by Christopher Eccleston as the Duke of Norfolk, with others used on several other actors as noblemen. One crown showed up in the 2003 made for TV adaptation of The Lion in Winter on Glenn Close as Queen Eleanor. It was then seen on Jonathan-Rhys Meyers as Henry VIII in the TV series The Tudors in 2007.

The costumes for Elizabeth were designed by Alexandra Byrne, who was nominated for an Academy Award for her work. She did not win but later won the award for the sequel Elizabeth: The Golden Age.

Multiple golden crowns with spades and spikes were probably made for Elizabeth in 1998, though they could date to an earlier production. One of the crowns was worn by Christopher Eccleston as the Duke of Norfolk, with others used on several other actors as noblemen. One crown showed up in the 2003 made for TV adaptation of The Lion in Winter on Glenn Close as Queen Eleanor. It was then seen on Jonathan-Rhys Meyers as Henry VIII in the TV series The Tudors in 2007.

The costumes for Elizabeth were designed by Alexandra Byrne, who was nominated for an Academy Award for her work. She did not win but later won the award for the sequel Elizabeth: The Golden Age.

Credits

Sighting Credit:
  • Le Tailleur Sincere
  • Katie S.
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Costume Designer:
  • Alexandra Byrne

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