A Tale as Old as Time... The Enchanted Rose™ collection is our "Beauty and the Beast" inspired Forever Rose. Our Enchanted Roses are assembled by hand in Pennsylvania and include a hand-turned and varnished solid wood base, glass dome (aka globe or cloche), and a real rose preserved with copper and lacquer to last an eternity. Just as in the story, your Enchanted Rose will last a lifetime and serves as a symbol of everlasting love.
Often imitated, but never duplicated, our Enchanted Roses are the original - "the real thing". In fact, Enchanted Rose is a registered trademark of The Forever Rose and nothing exists with the same level of detail, workmanship, quality, and our exclusive Lifetime Warranty.
Looking for an Enchanted Rose with precious metals? Check out our Custom Enchanted Roses using our original Gold, Silver, or Platinum Forever Roses.
WHY CHOOSE THE FOREVER ROSE:
- Our Enchanted Rose Collection is a timeless culmination of our world-famous Forever Roses and the classic fairy tale "Beauty and the Beast". We are the only company in the world able to create a product like this that is made from a Real Rose that will literally last forever!
- Don't settle for fake roses, imitations, or oiled roses that only last a year... if you're lucky. When only the best will do, choose Genuine Forever Rose™ USA products that are guaranteed for life!
- Included will be a certificate of authenticity that tells the story of the Enchanted Rose. Free ground shipping is available (for US orders only) and your Enchanted Rose will be very well packaged for safe arrival.
- Specs: Lifetime Warranty, 90-Day Return Policy, Hand Made in the USA! Each unit measures approximately 9" tall by 6.75" wide and weighs 3.25lbs. The actual rose measures 8" tall by approximently 2.5" wide.
The Story Of Beauty and the Beast...
Once upon a time, an Enchantress turned a handsome prince into a terrible beast when she discovered his selfishness. She left behind an enchanted rose. If the prince did not find true love before the last rose petal fell, he would remain a beast forever. In a village nearby, Belle lived with her father. More than anything, Belle wanted an adventure like those she read about in her beloved books Gaston wanted to marry Belle, but she refused.
Belle thought he was a beastly bore, and Gaston didn't understand why she was always reading. "It's not right for a woman to read," he said. Belle's father, Maurice, was an inventor. His latest invention was an automatic woodchopper, which he was taking to a contest at the county fair.
"You'll win first prize!" Belle declared. On his way to the fair, Maurice got lost in the woods. A pack of wolves chased him to the gates of a nearby castle. Not sure what he would find inside, Maurice entered the castle grounds cautiously.
Maurice could never have imagined the hideous beast that confronted him. Thinking Maurice had come to stare at him, the Beast was furious. Without mercy, he locked this unwanted visitor in the dungeon. When her father's horse came home alone, Belle went in search of her father and found him locked up. Belle begged the Beast for Maurice's freedom. "Take me instead," she offered.
The Beast agreed, making her promise to stay in the castle forever! On her first night, Belle met the castle servants. The spell cast by the Enchantress had turned them into enchanted objects! They were funny, friendly, and treated Belle like a special guest. At dinnertime, Belle refused the Beast's invitation to join him, which made him roar with frustration.
He was anxious to end the spell - and felt Belle was a sign of hope. Mrs. Potts, the teapot, and Lumiere, the candelabrum, told him to be patient and, above all, kind. Later that night, Belle came upon the magic rose the Enchantress had left behind.
As Belle reached out to touch it, the Beast appeared and grabbed the precious rose. "Get out!" he yelled. Belle fled the castle on her horse but was attacked by the same wolves that had chased her father.
Risking his life, the Beast saved Belle. In the days that followed, Belle began to see the goodness in the Beast. One evening, the Beast again invited Belle to dinner. This time she accepted.
After dinner, the Beast asked Belle to dance. As they whirled around the ballroom, the Beast realized he was in love with Belle. Because of his love, the Beast let Belle return home to see her father. When Gaston heard her speak fondly of the Beast, he grew jealous and stormed the castle.
Gaston stabbed the Beast and then was accidentally knocked off the roof. Belle pulled the Beast to safety. "Please don't leave me," she sobbed. "I love you."
As she spoke, the last rose petal fell. Then a shower of sparks filled the air. The Beast began to transform... ...into a handsome prince!
The enchanted objects were filled with joy as they too turned back into humans and watched their prince and Belle fall in love anew.