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Adopted as a symbol of peace by Henry VII, at the end of the War of the Roses, the famous Tudor Rose combines both the red rose of Lancashire and the white rose of Yorkshire, taking its name from The House of Tudor.
A superbly crafted blazer button made in England following British traditions established in the 18th century.
Single breasted sets contain 3 large and 8 small buttons.
Double breasted sets contain 6 large and 8 small buttons.
Large Buttons: 2.0cm
Small Buttons: 1.5cm