This stunning silver rose single charm bracelet depicts the little white rose an emblem of the Jacobite’s.
Next to the thistle, the little white rose (Rosa Spinosissima) is probably Scotland's most emblematic native plant. Roses have a long history of use as emblems and the Jacobite's used the little white rose as one of theirs. This is most likely the source of the white cockade, a ribbon flower worn by Jacobite's to identify themselves to each other.
Size Information: 1.7cm diameter charm, length of bracelet 7.25”
This official collection is designed by Teresa Shearer, in collaboration with Sony Pictures Consumer Products