St Nicolas Tudor Rose tree decoration

Tudor Rose tree decoration

Product code: 1434R

Availability: In stock

The national flower of England is the rose which was adopted as Englands emblem during the time of the Wars of the Roses (1455-1485). The design took the white rose of York as the centre of the flower, and the red rose of Lancaster as the outside edging. The design symbolised unity and mutual regard.

This stunning Tudor rose decoration is double-sided and is beautifully handmade using metal and silk threads on a satin background with a foam filling.

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The national flower of England is the rose which was adopted as Englands emblem during the time of the Wars of the Roses (1455-1485). The design took the white rose of York as the centre of the flower, and the red rose of Lancaster as the outside edging. The design symbolised unity and mutual regard.

This stunning Tudor rose decoration is double-sided and is beautifully handmade using metal and silk threads on a satin background with a foam filling.

£12.99
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    • This Tudor rose decoration is a fantastic collectable that would make a lovely gift for any lover of Tudor history.

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