Tudor rose


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Tudor rose

A conventionalized rose pattern, usually with five petals, a superposition of white and red roses, the heraldic emblem of the Tudor dynasty.
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Police and paramedics attended the scene - just yards from the Tudor Rose Pub - and described the teenager as "conscious and communicating".
The road is closed in the eastbound direction at the junction of Kingfisher Court to the Tudor Rose pub.
The limited-edition collection also features two pairs of circular cufflinks with the Tudor rose as the central motif.
More than 57 per cent of folk want a Tudor rose to replace the current logo, which shows a deer, black cross and bishop's hat.
The book is called Root of the Tudor Rose and among the several complimentary reviews for it on the Amazon site is one which reads: "If you have ever read 'Katherine' by Anya Seton, here is another .
Set in the north wall is a Tudor doorway above which are carved a Tudor rose and a pomegranate.
THE BRITISH BLOOM IN SPITE of the name, the rose accord doesn't dominate in Jo Malone's Tudor Rose & Amber, but that's no bad thing at all.
Tudor Rose & Amber is for Tudor times, Lily of the Valley & Ivy for Georgian Britain, Pomegranate Noir recalls the Victorians, Geranium & Verbena is for our Edwardian years, while Birch & Black Pepper is for now.
The gorgeous collection, available next month, boasts: Tudor Rose & Amber,
11) More compelling is the addition by hand of a Tudor rose on sig.