A rose dedicated to Diana Spencer. It became thanks to the then Argentine Ambassador in France Juan Archibaldo Lanús, and friends of the princess, who decided to pay tribute to her painful disappearance.
Everyone agreed that she deserved to be remembered with an object as pure and beautiful as her person. It was the first time that Master Pallarols carried out the dedicated task of stripping an English rosebud and observing each one of its petals.
Thus, was born a technique that is preserved today, in which each rose imitates a natural rose.
A rose thought for a princess full of future. Inspired by her youthful age, this rose heralded a path of glory.
At that time, Máxima sought the Pallarols Museum Workshop to decorate her wedding. This is how this model of an open and radiant rose that reflects, like a mirror, the light and the virtues of the Queen of The Netherlands.
Years ago, the artist Liza Minnelli came to the Pallarols Museum Workshop to represent the spirit of her «Rose’s Turn».
A story of brilliance and overcoming, where she decides to set limits, take care of herself and her dreams, vindicate her person, prioritize and grow.
Thus, a rose was born with the spectacular nature of this message.
At the request of an art collector who loves family traditions, master Pallarols creation represented the union of the couple in a rose, with different buds dedicated to their children and later, to their children’s children.
The Heritage Rose is characterized by the engraving of special dedications on its leaves and stems. This idea found many followers who recreated their own family roses with allusive messages to honor unforgettable moments.
Juan Carlos Pallarols has been an ambassador of peace with all his works.
The Rose of Peace proposes a transformation of pain into art. With material of war conflicts that is brought to the workshop by different institutions, war veterans, or relatives of the fallen from different parts of the world, the silversmith melts and purifies the bronze with which he then performs his art.
A look of light on our future that proposes a path of encounter, an instrument to promote peace throughout the world.