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Tudor Rose Stained Glass Gothic Window Necklace by ParrishRelics

Tudor Rose - Stained Glass Gothic Window Necklace

a Grand Floral Heraldic Emblem of Tudor England Hand cut Stained Glass in textured waves of deep red, set in a highly detailed double flower style clay frame. One of my most complex designs to create, but a favorite! Hand painted with an Italian rust red based, antiqued gold & antiqued white finish, this pendant is @ 1 1/4 at widest, @ 1 3/4 long including complimenting bead drop. Necklace is adorned with vintage filligree beads and complimenting Swarovski @ 18 1/2 to 21 inches long with…

Baroque Embellishments with the Tudor Rose! Jacobean Embroidery, Blackwork Embroidery, Crewel Embroidery, Hand Embroidery Patterns, Embroidery Designs, Embroidery Books, Tudor Rose, Wood Burning Art, Leather Carving

Baroque Embellishments

"... and the works of their hands tell a story - each thread connecting us to those who came before. And the story endures...." from Piecework Magazine 1993

An extremely rare elizabethan silk purse richly embroidered on both sides with the rose of England in gold and silver thread and with seed pearls and spangles. Vintage Purses, Vintage Bags, Vintage Handbags, Elisabeth I, Potli Bags, Tudor Rose, Sweet Bags, Textiles, Gold Embroidery

The Needles Excellency

Catalogue produced by Mallett and directed by Lanto Synge exploring fine antique needlework and embroidery.

¤ Two-Colored Tile Date: late century. Made in Midlands, England. Fired earthenware with slip decoration and lead glaze Dimensions: Overall: 5 x 5 x 1 in. x x cm) The Cloisters Collection, 1991

Two-Colored Tile | British | The Met

The Tudor Rose, but there was a more intereseting man in Henry's court. Tudor Rose, Tudor Era, Tudor Style, Tudor History, British History, Art History, Elizabeth Of York, Queen Elizabeth, Stained Glass Panels

Tudor rose

Surrey House the magnificent heart of Aviva Norwich, Norfolk, England, UK Heritage Open Days 2010 Thursday 9th to Sunday 12th September 2010

A Gold & Enamel Pendant by Robert Phillips in the form of the Tudor Rose, executed in red and white enamel, highlighted with stylised green enamel leaves which radiate from the back, the whole suspended from a white enamel Fleur de lys.

Wartski

A Gold and Enamel Pendant by Robert Phillips in the form of the Tudor Rose, executed in red and white enamel, highlighted with stylised green enamel leaves which radiate from the back, the whole suspended from a white enamel Fleur d'lys. Presented in its original case, inscribed 'Phillips Bros & Son, Art Goldsmiths, 23 Cockspur Street.' Phillips of Cockspur Street London, circa 1875

A Gold & Enamel Pendant by Robert Phillips in the form of the Tudor Rose, executed in red and white enamel, highlighted with stylised green enamel leaves which radiate from the back, the whole suspended from a white enamel Fleur de lys.

Wartski

A Gold and Enamel Pendant by Robert Phillips in the form of the Tudor Rose, executed in red and white enamel, highlighted with stylised green enamel leaves which radiate from the back, the whole suspended from a white enamel Fleur d'lys. Presented in its original case, inscribed 'Phillips Bros & Son, Art Goldsmiths, 23 Cockspur Street.' Phillips of Cockspur Street London, circa 1875

Title: Rose shaped pewter badge: century Description: Pewter badge shaped as a rose on a stem with three leaves. In 1500 Henry VII provided funds to the hospital of the Savoy on the Strand to establish free accommodation to homeless men Tudor History, British History, Renaissance, Tudor Monarchs, Elizabeth Of York, Tudor Era, Tudor Rose, Plantagenet, Jewerly

Rose shaped pewter badge: 16th century

Rose shaped pewter badge: 16th century by . Museum quality art prints with a selection of frame and size options, and canvases. Museum of London

Aug Richard III was killed at the Battle of Bosworth Field, making Henry VII King of England; the Tudor dynasty begins. IMAGE: A stained glass from St. James Church, Sutton Cheney showing Richard III and Henry VII facing one another at Bosworth Field. Tudor History, European History, British History, Art History, History Facts, Asian History, Strange History, History Articles, French History

Beautiful Wars of the Roses Battle of Bosworth stained glass - I admire Richard, not Henry.