I can't identify any of them, but I am interested in knowing. I hope you will be posting the answers.
I will, but not yet!
I can only identify two, maybe. They are the Unicorn in Captivity, part of the Unicorn Tapestries at The Cloisters, and what looks like a costume for the Dolores Umbrage character in the Harry Potter stories. Your quiz intrigues me and I look forward to reading your answers!
Oh, that's very good. Answers coming soon.
you have been wondering here Queenie, suggest they might be in the V & A as I know you are in London, but maybe I am wrong!Will see you tomorrow at the FOQ, so looking forward to meeting you
You are getting warm, but I will post the answers later.Yes, I am so thrilled for out meeting at FOQ.
No idea, do tell .
I will - in time. Sorry!
No 1 looks Medieval so is a dress of Ann Bowlyn?No 2 The unicorn tapestry I think the cloistersNo 3 Is a woollen patchwork quilt, block of cheese, basic chair, so it is a display of a workers home but I don't know where. But then again it might be from the Weasly's house in the Harry Potter Museum.No 4 Is Doris Umbridge's out fit so it must be the Harry Potter museum. Who wouldn't know that cardigan.
Not bad, Carolyn.
I think the fabrics belong to a Queen, they look expensive fabrics for their time, but it is just a guess!
Not a Queen, but almost.
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