These hand crafted earrings represent the House of York and depict the White Rose.
I have encased the images inside 18 mm glass cabochons in silver plated settings. They are set on french ear wires.
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.
Choose from silver plated or sterling silver earwires.
I also make a matching bracelet, necklace, cuff links and tie pin.