First of all, we here at Elegant Wooden Roses would like to thank you for visiting our Website. We've worked hard to bring you what you see here and it is our pleasure that you can now appreciate what we have to offer in the most easily accessible way! If you have any queries or wish to have a friendly chat about the colour variety we offer, or even just some extra details about our wooden roses please don't hesitate to use the contact form to the right of this paragraph!
We specialise in wooden roses which are hand made from Birchwood. Our wooden roses come in an array of colours to match your colour scheme or decor.
Our roses are made from high quality Birchwood shavings, hand crafted by fine craftsmen, giving great attention to detail. As they are truly handmade each rose is one of a kind, no two are exactly alike. Our roses have the look of real roses. They are so life like you will have to touch them to assure yourself that they are not real.
Each rose is individually handmade, crafted from eight slivers of birch wood. They are then shaped and bonded together on a polystyrene inner bud. The stem is created with wire and coated with a green raffia paper which adds to the realism.
These delicate wooden roses are then finished to a high quality in a vast assortment of colours and shades, enough to meet the most demanding colour scheme, event or occasion.
The end result is a startlingly realistic rose
These wooden roses are perfect for any occasion. They are an ideal gift for Mother's Day - Valentines Day - Birthdays - Anniversaries - Christmas - Get Well Soon - Wedding Flowers and Bouquets or to celebrate a New Birth.
They are perfect as that special gift to say "Thank You" or simply to add a wonderfully decorative effect to your own home.
A single wooden rose is approx 12"(30cm) from stem to tip.
The bud is approx 2"(5cm) high & 1"(2.5cm) wide.
The stem is approx 10"(25.5cm)
The stems can be bent or cut if required.
Thank you for your interest. Please disregard comments regarding availability or unavailability on the Colour Chart page as these are incorrect.