Exclusive Tudor Rose Pendant
The Tudor Rose is not only an enchanting piece of jewellery that women can wear on many occasions, it is also closely linked to the history of the English crown. The red rose with white centre stands for the union of the houses York and Lancaster. In 1485, Richard III lost the Battle of Bosworth Field to Heinrich Tudor, later known as Henry VII, and the crown to him. Heinrich Tudor later married Elizabeth of York, a niece of Richard, thus ending the so-called Wars of the Roses.
Tudor Rose - an enchanting piece of jewellery
The symbol of the house York is a white rose, to the house Lancaster belongs the red rose. In the Tudor rose both are united, the red Tudor rose with the white middle is to be found until today on many coats of arms. In the coat of arms of the United Kingdom it appears as well as in the coat of arms of Canada. The "United States Army Institute of Heraldry" also shows the Tudor Rose in its coat of arms and reminds of the settlement of North America during the rule of the Tudors from England.
- Colour: Silver Material: Pure tin
- Material: Pure tin
- metal casting
- incl. black band
A piece of jewellery that women can combine in many ways
The Tudor Rose is a piece of jewellery which a woman can wear on many different occasions. The enchanting rose with its ribbon is a great present for birthday, wedding day and many other occasions. Woman can wear this beautiful piece of jewellery for example to a blouse, to a sweater or even to a festive dress. By the way, the Tudor Rose is also a beautiful present for Valentine's Day.
The Tudor Rose - jewellery and history perfectly combined
Jewellery and history are perfectly combined in the Tudor Rose.
If you are looking for an exclusive piece of jewellery or a demonstration for school lessons, then the rose that unites the York and Lancaster houses is the right choice for you.
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