Historic Royal Palaces Tudor Rose Collection
Created in the 15th century, the Tudor Rose is a traditional heraldic emblem of England and commemorates the end of the Wars of the Roses between the House of York (symbolised by a white rose) and the House of Lancaster (symbolised by a red rose). The Tudor Rose can be found on many historic buildings in England, the most notable being Anne Boleyn’s Gateway at Hampton Court Palace.
This royally inspired pattern has been exclusively designed by Briers. Created by our talented in-house designers in partnership with the Historic Royal Palaces charity - inspired by the beauty of palaces themselves.