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Tudor Medallion
Tudor Medallion
Tudor Medallion

Tudor Medallion

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When we look back through our modern lens at Tudor times, we think of it as a time when hygiene was almost non-existent. But that would be a misconception. 

Bathing was fairly common during the Tudor rule of King Henry VIII. During the time of his father, there were many public bathhouses throughout England but their use would soon decline due to a new belief that baths could be harmful.  

King Henry VIII would eventually close the last public bath houses in London in 1546, but he personally was a big fan of bathing. His love for his bath is reflected in the bathrooms he constructed at many of his palaces. 

Our Tudor Medallion soap features oak leaves and a Tudor rose, symbols of a time when Henry VIII enjoyed his bath as much as he enjoyed a good meal and a good joust. 

Weight: 3.9 oz / 110 grams

Size: 2 7/8" diameter / 1" H

Available in custom colors and scents for an extra $2 per bar. For more info on ordering custom colors and scents, go here.


Coconut oil, RSPO palm oil (cruelty-free, sustainably sourced), safflower oil, kosher glycerin, shea butter, water, sodium hydroxide, sorbitol, propylene glycol (vegetable), sorbitan oleate, oat protein, titanium dioxide, blue oxide pigment, green oxide pigment, ultramarine violet oxide pigment, fragrance oil.