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Rose II


Roses are most commonly associated with love and romance.

Roses can also mean secrecy or confidentiality. A rose’s symbolism varies by the colour of the rose and how many roses are given:

  • Red : love and romance
  • Pink: : gratitude, grace, admiration, and joy.
  • Orange: enthusiasm and passion, energy.
    • Yellow: friendship, freedom, thankfulness gratitude, caring
    • White: : innocence and purity, a new beginning, a fresh start.

    Roses are England’s national flower.

    In the fifteenth century, they represented two important families — The War of the Roses occurred in England between 1455 and 1487 when the house of Lancaster, represented by a red rose, and the house of York, represented by a white rose, competed with each other to rule England.

Rose II

  • Your ffl has been hand painted by Sophie onto a solid oak 4x4" block. This personal oil painting can free stand or hang on your wall, bringing a splash of colour to your room

  • You FFL is handpackaged and will be signed for delivered to you within 7 days of purchase

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