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    • Universal Pictures

    Elizabeth

    1998

    Costume seen on Kelly Macdonald as Isabel Knollys

    • HarperCollins

    The Queen's Fool

    2003

    Costume seen on the cover of a Phillipa Gregory novel

    • Ballantine Books

    Innocent Traitor

    2007

    Costume seen on the cover of an Alison Weir novel

    • Showtime Networks

    The Tudors

    2010

    Costume seen on Joanne King as Jane Rochford

    • BBC

    The Sarah Jane Adventures

    2010

    Costume seen on Fiona Hampton as Lady Matilda

    • BBC

    Six Wives with Lucy Worsley

    2016

    Costume seen on Claire Cooper as Anne Boleyn

    • BBC

    The Boleyns: A Scandalous Family

    2021

    Costume seen on an extra as Margaret of Austria

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About the Costume

This amber necklace made its first appearance in the 1998 film Elizabeth, where several copies were worn by ladies in waiting, including on Kelly Macdonald as Isabel Knollys (pictured) and Emily Mortimer as Kat Ashley. In 2003 it appeared in a photo on the cover of Phillipa Gregory’s The Queen’s Fool. In 2007 it was seen on another book cover – this time photoshopped red on the Alison Weir’s Innocent Traitor. In 2010 it was worn by Joanne King as Jane Rochford in the fourth season of The Tudors, and later that same year two of the necklaces were worn by Fiona Hampton as Lady Matilda in The Sarah Jane Adventures.  In 2016 it was seen on Claire Cooper as Anne Boleyn in Six Wives with Lucy Worsley.  Most recently in 2021 it was worn in The Boleyns: A Scandalous Family on an extra playing Margaret of Austria.

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Additional Images

About the Costume

This amber necklace made its first appearance in the 1998 film Elizabeth, where several copies were worn by ladies in waiting, including on Kelly Macdonald as Isabel Knollys (pictured) and Emily Mortimer as Kat Ashley. In 2003 it appeared in a photo on the cover of Phillipa Gregory’s The Queen’s Fool. In 2007 it was seen on another book cover – this time photoshopped red on the Alison Weir’s Innocent Traitor. In 2010 it was worn by Joanne King as Jane Rochford in the fourth season of The Tudors, and later that same year two of the necklaces were worn by Fiona Hampton as Lady Matilda in The Sarah Jane Adventures.  In 2016 it was seen on Claire Cooper as Anne Boleyn in Six Wives with Lucy Worsley.  Most recently in 2021 it was worn in The Boleyns: A Scandalous Family on an extra playing Margaret of Austria.

This amber necklace made its first appearance in the 1998 film Elizabeth, where several copies were worn by ladies in waiting, including on Kelly Macdonald as Isabel Knollys (pictured) and Emily Mortimer as Kat Ashley. In 2003 it appeared in a photo on the cover of Phillipa Gregory’s The Queen’s Fool. In 2007 it was seen on another book cover – this time photoshopped red on the Alison Weir’s Innocent Traitor. In 2010 it was worn by Joanne King as Jane Rochford in the fourth season of The Tudors, and later that same year two of the necklaces were worn by Fiona Hampton as Lady Matilda in The Sarah Jane Adventures.  In 2016 it was seen on Claire Cooper as Anne Boleyn in Six Wives with Lucy Worsley.  Most recently in 2021 it was worn in The Boleyns: A Scandalous Family on an extra playing Margaret of Austria.

Credits

Sighting Credit:
  • Ann-Mari
  • Cintia
  • f2473627
  • Kelsea
  • Lauren
Photos provided by:
  • Ann-Mari
  • Cintia
  • f2473627
  • Kelsea
  • Lauren
Costume Designer:
  • Alexandra Byrne

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