The Red Queen bracelet is based upon Margaret Beaufort, a key historical figure in the War Of The Roses.
Margaret Beaufort was an influential matriarch of the House of Tudor and mother to King Henry VII.
Born in 1443, Margaret grew up devoutly religious and developed a longing to see her son on the throne of England.
I have used red coral roses to represent the Lancastrian red rose, a cross charm, a throne, a crown, baby feet for the birth of Henry, Margaret's horse, a book of scriptures and the letter "R", for Margaret Regina.
The bracelet measures approximately 7.5 inches in total length but is adjustable as you can clip the lobster clasp to any of the links.
The bracelet will come wrapped in tissue paper and an organza gift bag.
Please also see my other bracelets from my historical genre jewellery range, including the White Queen bracelet inspired by Elizabeth Woodville.