The Tudor rose references the era of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet. It represents a golden age in England's history where, after "The Wars of the Roses", warring factions were finally reconciled and unified under this emblem. The rose is intricately enamelled in red and white symbolising the fusion of the white rose of the house of York with the red Rose of the house of Lancaster. This bond between two noble families symbolises an opportunity so tragically lost between the Capulets and Montegues.
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