Jean Tijou Screen
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Jean Tijou's Screen
History of the Jean Tijou Screen! The first design of the screen was in the colour of iron grey painting! William III and Mary II was a life long patron of Jean Tijou who arrived in England 1689 when they first began their reign! The central motifs, the thistle, garter star, rose, harp and monogram of William III and Mary II are all symbols of the kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland. Queen Mary II died in 1694 after spending several years of campaigning throughout European countries! Four years after Queen Mary's death, William returned from Europe to Hampton Court Palace and begun the remaking of his Privy Garden! William completed his Privy Garden but before he could complete the Privy Garden he died in 1702! William had never lived to see the beautiful and marvellous designed work of the wrought iron art creation of the Jean Tijou Screen that was installed in his in his unfinished Privy Garden!
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