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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Similarly, Pia Pauro played with drapes and flowing linear cuts in her collection that is inspired by Scottish glam rock with embroidered of tudor roses seen traditionally on stained glass window in medieval churches.
(13.) For example, red, white and Tudor roses form part of the decoration in British Library, MS Royal 20 E.
(11) More compelling is the addition by hand of a Tudor rose on sig.
"We salvaged three small pieces of glass from the original window showing red Tudor roses. They make up a small percentage of the new window.
Yobs smashed the famous Tudor Rose window at St Gredifael Church on Anglesey in June.
Originally built in 1401, it became the village school in the 17th century and among its treasures are original walls and buttresses, a Gothic arch doorway with carved Tudor roses and 17th-century window tracery.
The pavilion's twin turrets, reminiscent of Camelot or Disneyland, straddle America's stars and stripes, bearing two presidential seals, one royal coat of arms and Tudor roses.
Rest your head in the Anne Boleyn suite - it's decorated in rich reds with Tudor roses, has an open fireplace and a bed that could easily accommodate the ample proportions of Henry VIII plus a couple of wives.
The trouble is, such recycling may be worthy but it makes for a dull read and honestly he should have spared us this blow-by-blow excursion around Tudor roses and the British history in favour of off-loading it onto a learned periodical.
The pavilion's twin turrets, reminiscent of Camelot or Disneyland, straddleAmerica's stars and stripes, bearing two presidential seals, one royal coat of arms and a number of Tudor roses.
We're now festooned with streamers decorated with Britannias, dragons, Tudor roses, lions and thistles.