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Royal Doulton Royal Doulton Mary Queen of Scots Queens of the Realm Figurine HN3142 Royal Doulton Mary Queen of Scots Queens of the Realm Figurine HN3142
Queen of Scotland. Born in West Lothian. Mary Stuart was the only child of James V of Scotland and the French Mary of Guise. She became queen of Scotland and claimant to the English throne at six days old. She was sent to France to be brought up at the court of Henry II and Catherine de Medici, where she received a first class education, with French her first language. At 17. she became Queen of France. She married the Dauphin. Francis II, and a treaty provided that a male heir should be king both of France and England. In this same year, Elizabeth's succession was challenged by Mary's Catholic supporters. Francis was crowned king of France in 1559 but died in 1560. leaving Mary a young widow to return to Scodand in 1561. In 1565. Mary marned her feckless and arrogant cousin Henry Stewart, Earl of Darnley. an equal claimant to the English throne, Mary was first besotted by him and then became severely disillusioned due to his intolerable jealousy and growing quest for power. The couple had a son. James, after which Mary came to despise Darnley and later began an involvement with James Hepburn, the ruthless and manipulative Earl of Bothwell. Darnley was found murdered and Bothwell was suspected but later acquitted. Three months later. Bothwell abducted Mary, divorced his wife and married Mary. The Scots rebelled and Bothwell was exiled to Zealand. Mary was deposed in favour of her son James and banished to Lochleven Casde. From here Mary fled across the border and eventually found refuge with Elizabeth I. but because of their rivalry for the throne. Elizabeth kept Mary in virtual captivity for nineteen years. Bored and ill. Mary worked ceaselessly for release, first by pleading and then by a senes of dangerous conspiracies. Parliament demanded her execution after the Babington Plot but Elizabeth refused until 1587. when she was finally persuaded to sign the death warrant and Mary was executed One new study will be released annually from 1986 to 1989. and after each edition of 5000 is fully subscribed it will never again be created. Further testimony to their uniqueness is the numbered certificate of authenticity which accompanies each figure in its silken-lined display case. Also the backstamp will include the Royal Doulton crown and HN number,the artists initials and the figure's number - all evidence of the company's pride in the piece. For future generations, this means the figures will be recognised as works of art that deserve a special place as cherished heirlooms.
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Royal Doulton Mary Queen of Scots Queens of the Realm Figurine HN3142

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Brand: Royal Doulton
Condition: Pre Owned
Product Type: Prestige
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Queen of Scotland. Born in West Lothian. Mary Stuart was the only child of James V of Scotland and the French Mary of Guise. She became queen of Scotland and claimant to the English throne at six days old. She was sent to France to be brought up at the court of Henry II and Catherine de Medici, where she received a first class education, with French her first language. At 17. she became Queen of France. She married the Dauphin. Francis II, and a treaty provided that a male heir should be king both of France and England. In this same year, Elizabeth's succession was challenged by Mary's Catholic supporters. Francis was crowned king of France in 1559 but died in 1560. leaving Mary a young widow to return to Scodand in 1561. In 1565. Mary marned her feckless and arrogant cousin Henry Stewart, Earl of Darnley. an equal claimant to the English throne, Mary was first besotted by him and then became severely disillusioned due to his intolerable jealousy and growing quest for power. The couple had a son. James, after which Mary came to despise Darnley and later began an involvement with James Hepburn, the ruthless and manipulative Earl of Bothwell. Darnley was found murdered and Bothwell was suspected but later acquitted. Three months later. Bothwell abducted Mary, divorced his wife and married Mary. The Scots rebelled and Bothwell was exiled to Zealand. Mary was deposed in favour of her son James and banished to Lochleven Casde. From here Mary fled across the border and eventually found refuge with Elizabeth I. but because of their rivalry for the throne. Elizabeth kept Mary in virtual captivity for nineteen years. Bored and ill. Mary worked ceaselessly for release, first by pleading and then by a senes of dangerous conspiracies. Parliament demanded her execution after the Babington Plot but Elizabeth refused until 1587. when she was finally persuaded to sign the death warrant and Mary was executed One new study will be released annually from 1986 to 1989. and after each edition of 5000 is fully subscribed it will never again be created. Further testimony to their uniqueness is the numbered certificate of authenticity which accompanies each figure in its silken-lined display case. Also the backstamp will include the Royal Doulton crown and HN number,the artists initials and the figure's number - all evidence of the company's pride in the piece. For future generations, this means the figures will be recognised as works of art that deserve a special place as cherished heirlooms.
Item Specifics
Condition The figure is in excellent 1st quality Pre Owned condition comes supplied with Certificate of Authenticity and original Royal Doulton Blue Prestige Lined Presentation Box which shows signs of use
Manufacturer/ Type Royal Doulton
Sub-Type Queens of the Realm
Material Porcelain, China
Type Figurines
Designed by From an Original Sculpture by Paulin Parsons
Date Issued 1989
Brand Royal Doulton
Size H: 22.86cm approx
Use Decorative
Weight When Packaged 2kg
Boxed / unboxed Royal Doulton Blue Prestige Lined Presentation Box which shows signs of use
Product Info Includes Limited edition of 5000 Certificate of Authenticity. Commissioned by Lawleys by Post
Product Details Although we always try to describe our items as accurately as possible. There will be the odd occasion when a fault will be missed. Should you feel this is the case with your purchase, please email to allow us to try to resolve the problem. Please view photo`s provided to confirm that this is the item you require before purchasing. Please note any white marks on the item are due to the use of a flash camera, and the item colours may vary slightly from the photo`s shown and will be dependent on both the light source and the screen resolution you are using to view this item. Please email if you require further information. Please remember this item is sold as used.

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