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  • Glenda Jackson as Queen Elizabeth I wearing a pale yellow gown in the 1971 mini-series "Elizabeth R."
    • BBC

    Elizabeth R

    1971

    Costume seen on Glenda Jackson as Queen Elizabeth I

  • Karen Archer as Queen Elizabeth I wearing a pale yellow gown in the 2000 mini-series "Elizabeth: The Acclaimed Saga of England's Virgin Queen."
    • A&E Home Video

    Elizabeth: The Acclaimed Saga of England's Virgin Queen

    2000

    Costume seen on Karen Archer as Queen Elizabeth I

  • Caroline Lintott as Kathryn Parr wearing a pale yellow gown in the 2001 mini-series "The Six Wives of Henry VIII."
    • Channel 4 Television Corporation

    The Six Wives of Henry VIII

    2001

    Costume seen on Caroline Lintott as Kathryn Parr

  • Liz Lloyd as Lady Morley wearing a pale yellow gown in the 2008 series "The Tudors."
    • Showtime Networks

    The Tudors

    2008

    Costume seen on Liz Lloyd as Lady Morley

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About the Costume

Elizabeth Waller created this spectacular gown for the magnificent BBC mini-series Elizabeth R. The costumes would eventually win Waller a much-deserved Emmy for best costume design.

This gown, which appears quite different depending upon the lighting, has been used in four known productions, including Elizabeth R, the documentary Elizabeth: The Acclaimed Saga of England’s Virgin Queen, the documentary The Six Wives of Henry VIII, and then in The Tudors. It was finally put up for auction at Bonhams, along with several other gowns from the production Elizabeth R. The gown is described as:

“A gold colored gown, of brocade, including bodice, skirt and kirtle/forepart, the boned bodice, heavily decorated with gold braid, pearl effect beads and rhinestones, the skirt of yellow colored cotton, edged with matching embroidered brocade, and the kirtle/ forepart of gold brocade, together with a brown and gold brocade skirt”

The costume eventually sold for £540.

You can visit the original auction page here. I’ve also saved a screenshot to the gallery.

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About the Costume

Elizabeth Waller created this spectacular gown for the magnificent BBC mini-series Elizabeth R. The costumes would eventually win Waller a much-deserved Emmy for best costume design.

This gown, which appears quite different depending upon the lighting, has been used in four known productions, including Elizabeth R, the documentary Elizabeth: The Acclaimed Saga of England’s Virgin Queen, the documentary The Six Wives of Henry VIII, and then in The Tudors. It was finally put up for auction at Bonhams, along with several other gowns from the production Elizabeth R. The gown is described as:

“A gold colored gown, of brocade, including bodice, skirt and kirtle/forepart, the boned bodice, heavily decorated with gold braid, pearl effect beads and rhinestones, the skirt of yellow colored cotton, edged with matching embroidered brocade, and the kirtle/ forepart of gold brocade, together with a brown and gold brocade skirt”

The costume eventually sold for £540.

You can visit the original auction page here. I’ve also saved a screenshot to the gallery.

Elizabeth Waller created this spectacular gown for the magnificent BBC mini-series Elizabeth R. The costumes would eventually win Waller a much-deserved Emmy for best costume design.

This gown, which appears quite different depending upon the lighting, has been used in four known productions, including Elizabeth R, the documentary Elizabeth: The Acclaimed Saga of England’s Virgin Queen, the documentary The Six Wives of Henry VIII, and then in The Tudors. It was finally put up for auction at Bonhams, along with several other gowns from the production Elizabeth R. The gown is described as:

“A gold colored gown, of brocade, including bodice, skirt and kirtle/forepart, the boned bodice, heavily decorated with gold braid, pearl effect beads and rhinestones, the skirt of yellow colored cotton, edged with matching embroidered brocade, and the kirtle/ forepart of gold brocade, together with a brown and gold brocade skirt”

The costume eventually sold for £540.

You can visit the original auction page here. I’ve also saved a screenshot to the gallery.

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  • Katie S.
  • Annette
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Costume Designer:
  • Elizabeth Waller

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Costume Commentary

  1. This gown was first seen on Caroline Lintott as Catherine Parr on “The Six wives of Henry Vlll” 2001 and later seen on Pia Girard as Anne of Cleves on “Henry Vlll” 2003

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Costume Commentary

  1. This gown was first seen on Caroline Lintott as Catherine Parr on “The Six wives of Henry Vlll” 2001 and later seen on Pia Girard as Anne of Cleves on “Henry Vlll” 2003

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  1. This gown was first seen on Caroline Lintott as Catherine Parr on “The Six wives of Henry Vlll” 2001 and later seen on Pia Girard as Anne of Cleves on “Henry Vlll” 2003

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