Buy Silver Dipped Roses
A genuine silver long-stemmed rose, plated with both silver and rhodium (a rarer precious metal than even silver). Perfect as a home decoration or a unique present for someone special!
Made by hand from real long-stemmed roses, each of these gorgeous silver roses is one of a kind! Created from living flowers, these silver plated long stemmed roses are first copper and nickel plated to provide permanence and stability. Retaining the natural shape of the individual leaves and petals of the flower, the organic material can then be removed. The final step to creating this attractive and unique product is to gild the rose in silver and rhodium.
A symbol of romantic promise, hope and new beginnings, a single rose can also symbolize love, gratitude, or even "I'm sorry". To say "I love you" with extravagance and joy, a bouquet of a dozen roses is a traditional present. For Valentine's Day, a birthday, Mother's Day, or any other occasion which calls for flowers, a present of these long-stemmed silver roses adds permanence and beauty to the main message of love.
Make Mother’s Day unforgettable with this unique present for the women who mean everything to you! If you are you looking for the perfect Mother's Day gift, that shows your love and appreciation, you have found it with our long-stemmed silver rose. Almost 16 inches (40 cm long), this silver rose is guaranteed to leave a lasting impression. Your mom will hold on to this year's Mother's Day gift forever, long after bouquets of flowers and boxes of chocolates are gone and forgotten. Appreciate the excellent craftsmanship of these German made long stemmed roses, which combine elegance and style. The perfect gift for the mom in your life!
Each silver plated long-stemmed rose is delivered in a paperboard gift box. Get your Real Long Stemmed Silver Plated Rose at Kitco today!
Yellow gold and rose gold roses are also available.
DISCLAIMER: This product is taxable for Canadian Residents.
About Degussa Goldhandel GmbH
Degussa Goldhandel GmbH is an established precious metals company headquartered in Frankfurt. Although the Degussa trademark was only registered in 1980, its roots go as far back as 1843 as a gold and silver separation factory established by Friedrich Ernst Roessler. In 1873, several banks and the Roessler family incorporated Deutsche Gold- und Silber-Scheideanstalt vormals Roessler in order to secure its operations to refine large amounts of coins for the newly establish German empire. Today, as a continuation of its commitment to the traditional trade of precious metals, Degussa offers a range of gold, silver, platinum and palladium bars manufactured to the highest standards by LBMA recognized refiners Argor-Heraeus SA and Valcambi SA through various retail outlets around the world.