The 15th-century oak bed is a long-lost relic from the English Tudor dynasty, but knew that the previous owners clearly don't. So dumped the hotel operators strive the bed after renovations and the purchase of new furniture online. They sold the (centuries)old bed for an apple and an egg while the new owner – an antique dealer – a strong presumption was that the bed is much older than the former owner thought. And that was good news. the
Ian Coulson, the antique dealer on the online offer and struck it, quickly discovered that the oak is indeed quite old. Moreover, it was so decorated that Coulson suspected, was hoping to say, that it was part of the royal family. With bated breath, examined the antique dealer oak piece of furniture as to the exact origin.
The beautiful figures that are in the wood carved were, essentially, already a royal descent. Seem to have the faces of the biblical figures Adam and Eve on the portraits of English king Henry VII and his queen. Further, there were several roses in the frame of the bed is engraved: the heraldic emblem of England that it was first used by Henry VII of England.
Probably the rozenbed even specially made for the king and his new bride, Elizabeth of York, whom he married in 1486. Thanks to their marriage united the two the house of Lancaster and that of York, and completed them as the infamous Rozenoorlogen (1455-1485).
“The beautiful design and the detailed workmanship of the carving that convinced me that this is a royal bed was,” says Coulson.
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