This pendant was meticulously drilled and cut by hand from an actual British 20 pence coin. It features a crowned Tudor Rose.
The Tudor Rose, sometimes called the Union Rose, is a traditional heraldic emblem of England. It takes it's name from the House of Tudor, which united the Houses of York and Lancaster. The emblem is actually two roses, one within the other, representing the two united houses.
This coin is 21.5 mm and is silver in color. It comes on a strong and hypoallergenic 20" stainless steel chain. Other chain or cord options are possible upon request.
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