Tudor flower—an upright stalked trefoil ornament in architectural decoration of the Tudor period:
- The pulpit carved with Tudor flower and vines dates from about 1460. It is one of about 60 mediaeval stone pulpits which remain in England.
Tudor rose—a conventional figure of a rose in architectural decoration of the Tudor period:
- This form of decoration was introduced into England from Italy in the time of Henry VIII and was often combined with Tudor roses.