Museum jewelry replica of the necklace worn by Tudor King Henry VIII pictured in Hans Holbein's painting now in the Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool. The circular disk has a laurel wreath motif with inner decorative rings surmounted by a gem at center. In Holbein's painting the disk is oversized and sits on Henry VIII's lower chest. This replica is smaller like a necklace pendant on a 19 in L chain (necklace length). If you'll be wearing a Renaissance costume, this necklace will add a memento of authenticity to your King costume.
NOTE: Replica of a necklace is bout 30% size of the original in Holbein's portrait.
Gold plated pewter gem pendant supplied on a gold plated chain. The information on the reverse of the card gives a brief history of jewelry in Tudor times and about Henry VIII. Pendant measures 7/8 in H x 7/8 in W x 3/8 in D.