Stenciled Tudor Rose Box - Tracy Lynn Crafts
Several years ago, a friend made me an awesome necklace made of Tudor Rose shaped beads and gave it to me in a wood box. I have been meaning to stencil that box all these years and finally did it this week. To reflect the design of the necklace, I made this a Stenciled Tudor...Read More
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Lancaster rose Cobblestone mosaic; The family provided England with three kings: Henry IV , who ruled 1399–1413; Henry V, who ruled 1413–1422; and Henry VI, who ruled 1422–1461 and 1470–1471.
"... 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
Tudor Rose Tile - Handmade reproduction tile inspired by Ernest Batchelder's Arts & Crafts tiles. Batchelder tiles were made in Pasadena and Los Angeles from 1909 to 1959.
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…
Sir Robert Vyner (1631-88) - The Armills
The Armills or oval hinged gold bracelets are each decorated in champlevé and basse-taille enamel with the national emblems (roses, thistles, fleurs-de-lis and harps) and dark blue fleurets and red pellets between light blue enamel herring-bone borders. They are lined in red velvet.These Armills were made in 1661 to replace those lost during the Commonwealth period (which were jewelled). However already by that date their exact purpose during the coronation ceremony was unclear. Nevertheless…