This flower reminds me of a David Austen Rose (the English variety), in particular, one I have in my very own garden. The curator of the Huntington Library's Rose Garden calls that variety "a full blown trollop of a rose", and that's how this one is.
Measures about 13" in diameter
About all my limited imagination can come up with is to wear her just below your shoulder, right or left side, upon the simplest of gowns for a splash that will never be forgotten. Or on a sash or a hat, of course....
This is for the white rose in the main photo... the other two are the silk white, and the ivory, listed separately.
Several other colors available... each is listed separately but if you cannot locate them, just contact me for a list of what we have, and links to each color...
I do carry her more diminutive sister in several color combinations... an in between size .... these are truly glorious gals!
Nothing on the back but her velvet wrapped wire stem, which can be removed to apply a pin or whatever you wish... convo me for instructions as to how to do so delicately.
More lace, stretch lace, appliques, flowers, leaves and other lovelies located here:
Out of country shoppers are always