TUDOR ROSE PENDANT
A Fine Silver Pendant on a Sterling Silver Chain
This evocative pendant recalls a bygone age. A little part of English history, which was probably not as glamorous as we would be led to believe, but still has a special place in most people’s hearts.
The pendant is handcrafted in fine silver and measures approximately 1.5cm round.
The sterling silver chain is an 18 inch / 46cm long diamond cut curb chain approximately 1mm thick. It fastens with a bolt ring clasp.
The back is textured for extra interest and the pendant has been finished with a patina, which enhances the detail.
This item is not hallmarked as it weighs less than 7.78g.
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All of our jewellery comes carefully packed in our elegant, black gift box with silver branding, ready to give or to keep. The jewellery is covered in tissue to protect it on its journey to you or your recipient and the box lid is secured with a silver bow.
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The Tudor Rose is the symbol of unity between the houses of York and Lancaster following the long and bloody War of the Roses.
It was the end of the Plantagenet line of kings and put the first Tudor king on the throne of England – Henry Tudor, (Henry VII).
The Tudor Rose is a fusion of the White Rose of York with the Red Rose of Lancaster.
This evocative symbol heralds the dawn of the Tudor dynasty with the marriage of Henry Tudor, to Elizabeth of York, thus joining the two opposing houses.
The Tudor dynasty gave England a solid foundation after years of struggle, and the much loved Tudor Rose represents this “Golden Age”.