On the 29th April 1536, Anne Boleyn argued with Sir Henry Norris, an argument which led her to instruct him to go to her almoner on Sunday 30th April and take an oath that Anne “was a good woman”. It was an argument which caused gossip around the court.
In this argument, Anne accused Norris of being in love with her, saying “You look for dead men’s shoes, for if aught came to the King but good, you would look to have me”. A shocked Norris replied that “if he [should have any such thought] he would his head were off”. Anne had spoken of the King’s death!
At Anne's trial for treason these words may have come back to haunt her...
The quote is set in glass in a large ornate antique bronze pendant setting. From the pendant hangs a faux pearl drop with filigree bead cap. The pendant is attached with a bail to your choice of 18, 20 or 24 inch bronze belcher necklace.