The war of towers, kings and white swans

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Technique: Collage on black and brown hand printed paper.
Dimensions: Inner 15 x 15 inches
Original / signed



The brooch in gold and enamel is called the Dunstable Swan and dates from the early 15th century. The swan was used as a symbol for the house of Lancaster and especially of the Princes of Wales. Noblewomen could wear such a brooch to show their loyalty.

Hand cut artwork. Only one made


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