Bill Skinner Tudor Rose enamel locket

Tudor Rose enamel locket

Product code: 30161321\1

Availability: In stock

The national flower of England is the rose which was adopted as England's emblem during the time of the Wars of the Roses. The Tudor Rose represents the joining of the two rival houses of York and Lancaster, sealed by the marriage of Henry Tudor, King Henry VII, to Elizabeth of York.

The design symbolised unity and mutual regard and the motif can be seen throughout Hampton Court Palace and other royal establishments.

Our Tudor Rose necklace is a wearable piece from the past and is inspired by this history. This beautiful Tudor Rose locket-style necklace includes a royal crown and rich red and gold enamel which is characteristic of Tudor and Stuart jewellery.

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The national flower of England is the rose which was adopted as England's emblem during the time of the Wars of the Roses. The Tudor Rose represents the joining of the two rival houses of York and Lancaster, sealed by the marriage of Henry Tudor, King Henry VII, to Elizabeth of York.

The design symbolised unity and mutual regard and the motif can be seen throughout Hampton Court Palace and other royal establishments.

Our Tudor Rose necklace is a wearable piece from the past and is inspired by this history. This beautiful Tudor Rose locket-style necklace includes a royal crown and rich red and gold enamel which is characteristic of Tudor and Stuart jewellery.

£24.99
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    • It is the perfect pendant for lovers of Tudor history and would make a wonderfully unique gift.

      Please note that the locket does not have clips or a frame for a fixed photograph to be inserted.

      Chain length: 45cm

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