Elizabeth Vernon, Countess of Southampton, probably dressed for the coronation of James I of England in 1603 by ? (Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge University - Cambridge UK)

James I allowed the Wriothesleys to come in from the cold.

From bbc.co.

Elizabeth wears her hair straight in keeping with Anne of Denmark. She also wears a bracelet looped from the lower sleeve. There are no hanging sleeves.

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