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photograph of current display in the Grand Vestibule
Grand Vestibule: The British Monarchy and the World

The Grand Vestibule at Windsor Castle reflects interaction between the monarchy and the wider world

North America

A&nbsp;serpentinite carving&nbsp;of an female figure with the tail of a fish, her head turned&nbsp;to&nbsp;her left,&nbsp;with long hair flowing down her back and a child holding on to her waist.<br /><br />The sculpture may depict Sedna, the Inuit goddes

Beautifully worked ivory, stone and felt reflect indigenous interaction with the Arctic

Totem pole
First Nations Canadian

Distinctive formline motifs and local fauna such as such as the eagle, caribou and orca

Beaded feather from the Cherokee Nation
Native American

The British Crown's interaction with Native America stretches back to the founding of Jamestown in 1607

A pair of engine-turned gold opera glasses, scattered with diamonds and ringed with pearls at both the looking and viewing ends of each glass, the central hinge with a diamond-set octagonal twister and pearl finial. Tiffany &amp; Co. were well known for t
United States

State Visits made by The Queen have coincided with anniversaries of important events in American history

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