The table has a bowl and two goblets each with a rose emblem. An art expert confirms that these are Jacobite symbols. Each of the roses represents the old and the young pretender, used by those seeking to re-establish the Stuarts to the Monarchy. This began with the uprising of 1688 in support of Charles Edward Stuart, whose son James was called the old Pretender. It ended in 1746 with the defeat of Bonnie Prince Charlie [young Pretender] at the battle of Culloden.