Find information on The Tudors and Tudor History, events like the Wars of the Roses and the Protestant Reformation and famous figures such as Henry VIII, Henry VIII's wives, Queen Mary, Queen Elizabeth I, Mary Queen of Scots and more.
The key was a popular symbol in Renaissance art, meaning knowledge and salvation. This pendant is based on a 16th century design and features garnets and freshwater pearls.
18" sterling silver chain
1.25" long pendant
A silver locket decorated with a Tudor rose on one side and an engraving from Shakespeare's sonnet 18 on the other
20" sterling silver chain
1" wide locket
This beautiful necklace is made from crystals and freshwater pearls and contains gold elements. It is based on a pendant design by Arnold Lulls, a Dutch jeweller who moved to London in 1585.
17" necklace with 2" extender
2.25" pendant with hanging crystals
Available as a set
An elegant necklace made from freshwater pearls. Pearls were very popular throughout the Tudor period, as seen in Tiziano Vecellio's 'Portrait of a Young Woman' from the 1530s.
18" chain with 2" silver extender.
A stylish necklace featuring the signature of Elizabeth I on a circular shaped pendant.
1.25" aluminium pendant
18" Brass necklace (with electroplated nickel, silver plating)