A beautiful wooden brooch depicting the iconic White Rose emblem of the County of Yorkshire.
The 70cm diameter base of the brooch is made from mahogany and is intricately inlaid with Tulip Wood (Liriodendron).
The technique of creating wooden inlay involves carefully carving out the shape of the design into the mahogany base creating a recess. The design is then cut from a Tulip Wood veneer which is then fitted into the recess.
The light coloured Tulip Wood creates a pleasing contrast with the darker mahogany highlighting the White Rose design.
This brooch is a lovely piece which will compliment any outfit and makes a perfect shawl pin and is fastened by a quality stainless steel pin on the the reverse.
The brooch is supplied in a 90 cm square presentation box and makes a perfect gift for any occasion.
The Yorkshire Rose is the iconic emblem of Yorkshire and a beautiful image in its own right. I am based in the heart of rural North Yorkshire not far from Middleham Castle, the ancestral home of King Richard III, the last English King of the House of York and last of the Plantagenet dynasty.
My Grandfather was a craftsman, a true Yorkshireman, and taught me the technique of creating wooden inlays.
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This item will be posted to you by Spatchcock And Wurzill within 3 days of receiving payment.
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