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John William Waterhouse
Margaret of Scotland (1469) also referred to as Margaret of Norway, was Queen of Scotland from 1469 to 1486 as the wife of King James III.Margaret became a popular queen in Scotland and was described as beautiful, gentle, and sensible.Many later historians called her far better qualified to rule than her husband. A story given by her son claims that Margaret was killed by poison given to her by John Ramsay, 1st Lord Bothwell, leader of one of the political factions.
'Brenna' wedding gown...This medieval wedding gown is inspired by the red dress in the Pre-Raphaelite painting The Crystal Ball by Waterhouse. Long pennant sleeves was fashionable in the 14th century, echoing heraldic flags and architecture. It features long trailing over-sleeves, tight fluted undersleeves and wide V-shaped neckline. The narrow belt is decorated with trefoil beading and delicate Trefoil or Acanthus belt buckle and belt end, both medieval replicas,