The Tudor Rose is a very famous symbol for England, and not only is it very beautiful, it is also an important part of English history.
The War of the Roses was a time of conflict between the House of Lancaster and the House of York, in a fight for power and more precisely the English throne. Though the House of Lancaster eventually triumphed, giving us King Henry VII, the House of Tudor was formed as a union of the two houses.
The Tudor rose (or Union rose) is a combination of the white rose of the House of York and the red rose of the House of Lancaster. It is a symbol of unity and peace. The rose being the national flower of England, it is also a timeless symbol of love and beauty.
We’ve kept the design very rustic-antique inspired in its simplicity. Here we are introducing an even more precious version - in gold Vermeil. We also traded the original Indian Garnet stone, for a gorgeous checkboard Lapis Lazuli cabochon. The twin roses entwine the whole band with their thorny stems and glorious blooms.
This special ring is created in small batches, completely locally within the UK, by multi talented craftspeople. Hand carved from wax by us, then casted in Scotland, and finally hand set, finished and polished (with its final beautiful gold cloak) back in London - we’ve spent hours dreaming and perfecting this beauty.
- Silver cast ring
- Checkboard Lapis Lazuli round cabochon
- Non-adjustable ring - size O½
- Gold plated - 2.5 Microns
Each piece is gold plated in London. In order to preserve your jewellery piece, make sure to avoid contact with perfume, sprays and remove before showering.