Portrait Painters

Tudor and Elizabethan

Stewart and Jacobean

Georgian

Victorian Painters

Unknown Attribution

Sculptors

Tudor Elizabethan and Renaissance

Rococo

Neo Classical

Romanticism

Victorian

New Sculpture

Church Effigies

Periods

Early Medieval

Camail and Jupon Period

Early Plate Period (Bascinet)

Early Plate Period (Bascinet and Gorget)

Fluted Period

Tudor Period

Elizabethan Period

Carvers

Harpur and Moorecock of Burton on Trent

Richard Parker of Burton on Trent

Richard and Gabriel Royley of Burton upon Trent

Great Helms and Male Headwear

Salet

Ass's Head Crest

Bearded Man

Calf's Head Crest

Clenched Fist Crest

Cockerel Crest

Dogs Head Crest

Eagle Crest

Eagle and Baby Crest

Elephant and Castle Crest

Feathered Crest

Horses Head Crest

Maiden's Face

Peacock Crest

Saracen's Head Crest

Sphinx Crest

Female Headwear

Crespine Headress

Butterfly Headress

Widow's Barbe

Gabled Headress

Gabled Headress with Lappets

Feet

Bedesman

Dog

Eagle

Lion

Manticore

Otter

Swans

Wyvern

Legs

Crossed Legs

Caps

Cap of Maintenance

Chest

Bedesmen

Livery Collars

Lancastrian Esses Collar

Lancastrian Esses and Inter-twined Knots Collar

Yorkist Suns and Roses Collar

Tudor Livery Collar

Garter and Inter-twined Knots Collar

Garter Collar

Pendants

Lion Pendant

Yorkist Boar Pendant

St George Pendant

Beaufort Portcullis

Tudor Rose Pendant

Belts

Maiden's Face Buckle

Arse Girdle

Hands

Holding Hands

Cadaver Tombs

Cadaver

Cadaver underneath

Garter

Garter Robes

Leg Garter

Wrist Garter

Other Detail

Dog(s) chewing at her dress

Lord Treasurer Staff of Office

Comptroller of the Household Staff of Office

Books

Fiction

Utopia

Non-Fiction

The Booke of Honour and Armes

Chronica Majora

Survey London

Pepys Diary

Calendars of Parliamentary Rolls

Close Rolls

Parliament Rolls

Patent Rolls

The Chronicles of Froissart

The Chronicles of Froissart.Chapter 1

!In order that the honourable deeds and ventures accomplished by arms, which took place during the wars between France and England, might be aptly documented and commended to lasting memory, so that courageous men might follow such examples to inspire them to good, it is my wish to undertake to record this glorious history, which will be divided into four parts.

!But before I begin, I entreat the Saviour of the whole world, who created all things from nothing, that he may create and instil in me such exceptional insight and understanding that I may continue and persevere with this book which I have begun, in such a way that all those, men and women, who read it, see it, or hear it read, may take enjoyment and pleasure in it, and that I may prove worthy of their esteem.

The Chronicles of Froissart.Chapter 2