An elegant, sublime, intriguingly charming and purely lovely, the beautiful symphony, chanted by roses, seems to be as many faceted as there are petals in the raiment of the flower. Its grace, of regal, truly aristocratic nature, has been praised by kings from the ancient time. Most devoted admirers of this flower were the magnificent house of Tudors, which made the rose their emblem and as such emblem of England too. Each of the Tudor kings glorified the flower, but it was Queen Elizabeth. The famous Gloriana, who put the Tudor rose on the golden pedestal.
Inspired by the royal elegance of âGolden ageâ, time when true splendor was to be enveloped in ethereal and intricate clouds of lace. Machine Embroidery Design Rose Richelieu breathes with noble style of authentic English chic. The motive itself is a charming combination of exquisite, ornate elements of Elizabethan courts. Touched by a more cordial, mellow vibes of enchantingly blissful cottage gardens. Artistry of the conception takes most enticing aspects of both august radiance and floral comeliness to create a design. Perfect for those love timeless classic with a whimsical, crispy twist.
Machine Embroidery Design Rose Richelieu
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Rose Richelieu gives a floral interpretation of the image of the queen Elizabeth, adorned with one of her most famous accessory â grand lace collar. Even with the genteel, stately feel, the rose imbues the aura of freshness, softness and amiability. Lovely Bess as Queen of May, not yet Queen of England. Luxurious and plushy, the fully open rose is lavished with slightly pointed petals, matching pair to the tapered leaves. The clean, sheer âcollarâ of the rose balances the intricate dance of angular lines of the flower. Precious meshwork, fringing the âcollarâ adds a fine touch of floridity to the cleanliness of natural motive.
Charm of English country with its cottage gardens and tea picnics on the lap of nature will ooze on your table from linens, embroidered with this floral design. Compelling nature of the image will bloom to the fullest in textiles of creamy, pastel hues. Add a little pearly luster and a mesmerizing bouquet of royal roses will transport your imagination into gardens of Kew or Kensington Palace. Where lords and ladies enjoy their afternoon tea among beautiful efflorescence.
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Author: Ludmila Konovalova
My name is Lyudmila Konovalova, and I lead Royal Present Embroidery. Embroidery for me is more than a profession; it is a legacy of my Ukrainian and Bulgarian heritage, where every woman in my family was a virtuoso in cross-stitch and smooth stitching. This art, passed down through generations, is part of my soul and a symbol of national pride.