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Tudor Rose Pendant
Silver and enamel pendant in the form of a traditional Tudor rose, the heraldic emblem of England.
With a symmetrical outline highlighting five petals, their silver outside edges curling inwards over blue-green enamelling with the same pattern repeated in the centre.
A very recognizable and timeless design, also sometimes known as the Union rose.
Showing on the back the maker’s mark of Zachariah Barraclough & Sons whose workshops were in Briggate, Leeds and hallmarked at Birmingham for the year 1909.
A little snippet of the pendant’s history is also seen on the back, it having been awarded as a prize to a pupil at Froe Belian School in 1930.
Approximately 2.5 cm in diameter with the necklace chain measuring 59 cm in length.