The iconic symbol of Tudor England in the form of a brooch by Miracle jewellery. Probably made between 1950 and 1980 out of pewter.
One of a kind, vintage and antique pieces of Celtic Heritage and Historical content.
Special items that are unique and possibly not to be found elsewhere.
A leading jewellery design company specialising in Celtic, Scottish and Irish designs. The company originated in Birmingham, started by A. Hill and Company in 1946. Their creations were taken from Celtic history, Scottish agate jewellery, Charles Rennie MacKintosh designs and other historical inspiration. They used Sterling Silver or Pewter with reproductions of semi precious stones from bohemian glass. Miracle closed it's Birmingham operation in 2013 and was taken over by St.Justin of Cornwall. Their range at present is quite small and older pieces of Miracle that are no longer made are very collectable.
The Heraldic symbol introduced by Henry VII, the first Tudor monarch, combining the Red Rose of Lancaster and the White Rose of York, marking the end of the civil war known as 'The War of The Roses' and uniting England into a period of peace.