A design of the Tudor period featuring the Rose & Crown. The Rose, a very early Christian symbol, became increasingly popular in the 15th Century as a result of its adoption by the adherents of the houses of York and Lancaster as a party emblem.
60% Cotton, 40% Viscose
Width: 145cm (57") Pattern repeat: 49cm (19¼")
To select the length you require increase the quantity at the checkout . The price quoted is per metre.
Please note - that once the cloth has been cut to your instructions it is not returnable.