double rose

double rose

[¦dəb·əl ′rōz]
(lapidary)
A gem cut to resemble two roses base to base, with 48 facets.
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They organised for a stonemason to carve a double rose replacement stone for theWhite House in Washington.
While she had little interest in the royal family's involvement in horse racing, she did win several races in France with a filly named Double Rose.
United would double Rose's wages of PS65,000-a-week wages and finance the January deal by getting rid of PS30m flop Shaw.
Currie then scored from a free-kick to double Rose's lead during a first half that saw six yellow cards shown.
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Passed down through the Royal Families of France, England, Prussia and the House of Orange, the 34.98 carat modified pear double rose cut diamond has witnessed 400 years of European history.
The stone, a 35-carat modified "pear double rose cut" diamond belonging to Georg Friedrich, Prince of Prussia and head of the former ruling dynasty of the German empire, had been expected to fetch $2 million to $4 million.
Fresh green leaves follow the clusters of fully double rose pink flowers that have charming serrated petals.
Maybe it is the double rose, "Tuscany Superb," all deep crimson-g or maybe the floribunda rose, "Princess of Wales," with its translucent white, delicately scented blooms.
And your son can check out Real Life Notes: Reflections and Strategies for Life after Graduation (Double Rose Books; $12.95) by Kenneth Jedding.
Only mild fragrance was noted in 'Adonis' (double rose), 'Flamingo' (double salmon pink), 'Florida' (rose pink), 'Matterhorn' (white), 'Rossini' (double rose red, yellow center), and 'Silvia' (double blue).