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Tudor Rose glass baubles, set of 2


***Anticipated delivery date September 2023***
*** Quantities are limited don’t miss out!****

Christmas in Tudor times was a period of feasting, revelry, and merrymaking ‘to drive the cold winter away’. A carnival atmosphere presided at court, with a twelve-day-long festival of entertainments, pageants, theatre productions, and ‘disguisings’, when even the king and queen dressed up in costume to fool their courtiers. Throughout the festive season, all ranks of subjects were freed for a short time from everyday care to indulge in eating,

The national flower of England is the rose which was adopted as England’s emblem during the time of the Wars of the Roses (1455-1485) and represents the joining of the two rival houses of York and Lancaster, sealed by the marriage of Henry Tudor, King Henry VII, to Elizabeth of York.

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 symbolized unity and mutual regard and the motif can be seen throughout Hampton Court Palace and other Royal establishments.

These beautiful Tudor Rose glass decorations are blown by mouth from glass and have been hand decorated with a thin layer of silver plate added to the inside.

This traditional process has been unchanged for more than 100 years and the handcrafted nature of this Christmas ornament makes each decoration truly unique.

Presented in a gift box this set of two Tudor Rose decorations will look wonderful on your Christmas tree and are perfect for lovers of Tudor history.

*** These are imported from Denmark. Please allow up to 3-4 weeks for delivery. ****


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