Notes: (6) The Mary Queen of Scots Pendant
Loose Bones, Skeletal Remains
A Renaissance gold pendant, the work of a sixteenth-century French goldsmith, is a fine\r\nexample of one of the decorative arts of the period, and was probably made for Mary Queen of Scots. A gold signet ring, formerly belonging to Mary Queen of Scots, with Arms\r\nsimilar to those on the Pendant is in the possession of the British Museum. It is thought to date to the decade between 1548 and 1558.