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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Tudor Rose were the only home team to win at the weekend when they recorded their first victory - 5-3 win against Highwayman.
He had combined the colours of the Houses of Lancaster and York to create his "Tudor Rose" - and all the new King needed now was a new Queen.
Jason Renwick suffered horrific leg injuries after a car smashed into the beer garden of the Tudor Rose pub in Dunston on April 20.
Four people were taken to hospi tal after the incident, at the Tudor Rose in Dunston, Gateshead.
The eyewear company said that the frames, which feature Tudor rose detailing, are inspired by the clothing range and embody "style and confidence."
Punters will also have known it as The Tudor Rose, The Wine Lodge and Eagle Vaults.
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.