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    • Algemene Vereniging Radio Omroep

    Willem van Oranje (William of Orange)

    1984

    Costume seen on Jeroen Krabbé as Willem van Oranje

    • Twentieth Century Studios

    Ever After

    1998

    Costume seen on Dougray Scott as Prince Henry

    • BBC Wales

    Doctor Who: The Shakespeare Code

    2007

    Costume seen on Chris Larkin as Lynley

    • BBC

    The Hollow Crown

    2012

    Costume seen on Tom Hiddleston as King Henry V

    • BBC

    The White Queen

    2013

    Costume seen on Max Irons as King Edward IV

    • BBC

    The White Queen

    2013

    Costume seen on David Shelley as King Henry VI

    • BBC

    The White Queen

    2013

    Costume seen on Aneurin Barnard as King Richard III

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About the Costume

This gold chain likely originated with the 1984 production Willem van Oranje (William of Orange), where it was worn by Jeroen Krabbé as Willem van Oranje. In 1998 it went on to be worn by Dougray Scott as Prince Henry in the film Ever After. In 2007 it was worn by Chris Larkin as Lynley in the episode of Doctor Who entitled The Shakespeare Code.  In 2012 it was worn by Tom Hiddleston as Henry V in the first season of The Hollow Crown. In 2013 it was worn three times in The White Queen, which was almost certainly an intentional choice. It was worn by Max Irons as King Edward IV, by David Shelley as King Henry VI and by Aneurin Barnard as Richard III.

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Additional Images

About the Costume

This gold chain likely originated with the 1984 production Willem van Oranje (William of Orange), where it was worn by Jeroen Krabbé as Willem van Oranje. In 1998 it went on to be worn by Dougray Scott as Prince Henry in the film Ever After. In 2007 it was worn by Chris Larkin as Lynley in the episode of Doctor Who entitled The Shakespeare Code.  In 2012 it was worn by Tom Hiddleston as Henry V in the first season of The Hollow Crown. In 2013 it was worn three times in The White Queen, which was almost certainly an intentional choice. It was worn by Max Irons as King Edward IV, by David Shelley as King Henry VI and by Aneurin Barnard as Richard III.

This gold chain likely originated with the 1984 production Willem van Oranje (William of Orange), where it was worn by Jeroen Krabbé as Willem van Oranje. In 1998 it went on to be worn by Dougray Scott as Prince Henry in the film Ever After. In 2007 it was worn by Chris Larkin as Lynley in the episode of Doctor Who entitled The Shakespeare Code.  In 2012 it was worn by Tom Hiddleston as Henry V in the first season of The Hollow Crown. In 2013 it was worn three times in The White Queen, which was almost certainly an intentional choice. It was worn by Max Irons as King Edward IV, by David Shelley as King Henry VI and by Aneurin Barnard as Richard III.

Credits

Sighting Credit:
  • Pyper
  • Lucia
  • Ghislaine
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Costume Designer:
  • Yan Tax

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