1613 Elizabeth Stuart portrait by ? (National Portrait Gallery, London)

The National Portrait Gallery has this about the portrait, "Painted at the time of her marriage to Frederick, Elector Palatine, this portrait probably shows Elizabeth in her wedding dress. The royal coat of arms and the heraldic lion and unicorn can be seen on her lace collar. The black arm band is in memory of her brother, Henry, Prince of Wales, who had died the previous year."

From Wikimedia.

The lace is of her ruff includes intricate figures of a lion, unicorn, crowns, fleur-de-lys, and, possibly, roses. The lace of her modesty piece also has figures, possibly of mythological scenes.

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