Hand crafted War Of The Roses bracelet, with the York white rose, the Lancaster red rose and the Tudor rose
This hand crafted bracelet represents the War Of The Roses and is made with seven glass cabochons.
The rivalry between the House of Plantagenet's two cadet branches of York and Lancaster brought about the Wars of the Roses, a decades-long fight for the English succession, culminating in the Battle of Bosworth Field in 1485, when the reign of the Plantagenets and the English Middle Ages both met their end with the death of King Richard III. Henry Tudor (7th) then married Elizabeth of York and the Tudor rose was formed, a combination of the white and red roses.
The cabochons have the white York Rose, the red Lancaster Rose and the Tudor Rose encased in 16 mm glass. The settings are linked together with an extension chain for you to adjust the size.
The bracelet measures from 7 to 9 inches.
Choose from a silver plated or antique bronze bracelet setting. The bronze matches my double sided War of The Roses pendants and the silver plated matches my 25mm necklaces, earrings, cuff links and tie pins.