Mary Queen of Scots
Mary Queen of Scots' Ring, Gold Watch of Mary, Bloodstone Cameo worn by Mary, Gold Watch given by Mary (2 views), Jewelled Solitaire of Mary's, Opal Mourning Ring of Mary, Gold Ring of Princess Elizabeth (daughter of Charles I), Gold Watch of Mary's, Gold Ring, Pearl Earring worn by Charles I on the scaffold ] chromolithograph after a picture by William Gibb, published in The Royal House of Stuart, 1890.
Mary Queen of Scots, adult 1542-1587 by Lady Finavon. Following the death of Francis II she returned to Scotland and married Henry, Lord Darnley in 1564 and had one child (James VI of Scotland and then James I of England). Following her marriage to the Earl of Bothwell and a battle with the Scottish Lords she fled to England and was imprisoned by Elizabeth I. After 19 years she was executed for treason
Queen Marie Stuart of Scotland and France - Lustrous gold pendant with SCOTS ROYAL RED LION with FRENCH Fleur d'Lis ROYAL CROWN inscribed: \Nemo Me Impu Ne Lacesset\ It is the motto of Order of the Thistle with translation: \No one attacks me with Impunity\ A reference to the natural barbs of the Thistle a member of the Rose family which incidently is also non-poisonous food. The Artichoke being the most notable thistle food.