This beautiful hand crafted charm bracelet is part of my historical jewellery range to commemorate Elizabeth of York, 'The White Princess'.
This bracelet represents Elizabeth of York (11 February 1466 – 11 February 1503) Elizabeth was the wife of Henry VII and the first Tudor queen. She was the daughter of Edward IV and niece of Richard III, and she married the king following Henry's victory at the Battle of Bosworth which started the last phase of the Wars of the Roses. She was the mother of King Henry VIII. Therefore, she was the daughter, sister, niece, wife, mother, and grandmother of successive kings and queens of England.
The bracelet has handcrafted glass cabochon rose charms to represent the Lancaster Rose (red), the York Rose (white) and the Tudor Rose ( a combination of the two.) There is a castle, a throne and a crown. Elizabeth loved dicing, music and keeping greyhounds. These pastimes are represented by the pair of dice, the greyhound and the musical note. There is also a bride charm and baby feet.
The bracelet measures approximately 7.5 cm, although it is fully adjustable as you can clip the lobster clasp to any of the links. If you would like a smaller bracelet please message me as i can space the charms closer together and remove some of the links.
The bracelet comes wrapped in tissue paper and a pretty organza gift bag.