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Eternity Rose Review

Eternity Rose Review

I love roses. What I don’t love it watching them wilt and lose their petals! Especially around Valentine’s Day. I know my husband spends a lot on money roses for the Holiday and they seem to fall apart even faster! That’s just one of the many reasons that I am thrilled to share this Eternity Rose with you. It’s a real rose coated in 24k gold an in this case also red & green glaze, that is just stunning. It won’t fall apart, drop it’s petals after a week and you can add to your bouquet year after year for quite the arrangement! See my sample below.

eternity rose review

When I first heard of this concept, I had to check with the company about the rose. I even sent an e-mail asking “is there really a rose in here?” The answer? There is a real rose under all of this. The rose is picked at it’s perfection and encased in all this goodness. Then, it’s given a clear coat, a layer of copper and then given dozens of microthin layers of metal. In the rose seen here, that metal is 24k gold. Overall, this process takes about 3 months to complete!

What you end up with is a surprisingly lightweight, beautiful rose that makes a great gift or conversation piece. I tried to show how stunning this Eternity Rose is below in some photos. I gave this as a gift and my gift-ee gasped when she opened the box! Take a look

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eternity rose review

eternity rose review

eternity rose review

eternity rose review

Each rose comes with this certificate and the box seen above and they are works of art! I could see receiving a rose every year for Valentine’s Day in order to collect a half or a whole bouquet! Since they don’t wilt or make it into the compost pile like cut roses, these can even be passed down and make a great present for graduation and just about everything else.

About the packaging. One thing of note, I can’t move away from feeling like this box is reminiscent of the boxes that came with my dog’s ashes in them. It feels like a little rose coffin (this is the part where I’m laughing hysterically as I’m typing.) But no, for real, these are packaged beautifully and make a great gift. Give this with a tube of rose hand lotion, rose essential oil from doTerra and possibly even a stand like the one in the castle in Beauty and the Beast!

Where do you buy one? Find this natural gold rose for $159 and see many other styles and brands at different price points on Amazon.

eternity rose review

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I like this idea a lot. I have always told my children not to waste money on flowers for the reason being that they die. I garden so I occasionally make my own bouquet to brighten up the house for guests.

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I complety agree that flowers dies. I would love this beautiful 24k rose for Valentine’s Day or my birthday.