|The Tudor Rose is the symbol of hope and joy. In England, the rose became truly "royal" during the 15th century War of the Roses: The House of York adopted a white rose, the House of Lancaster decided to take a red rose . The winner of this war, Tudor Henry VII, merged his Lancastrian rose with the red rose of his York bride and thus created the Tudor Rose, the Rose of England.
The Tudor Roses measures 1.0" x 1.0" (25.4 mm x 25.4 mm) each.
It comes on surgical steel ear wires, the roses are cast in lead free pewter.