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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.

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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.

Empower your inner adventurous princess in this beauty of an athletic tank top! A built-in-bra with a sweetheart neckline makes it perfect for a workout, a race day costume, casual cosplay, or disneybound. Don't forget to show off the rose accents on the back!

Enchanted rose is a full classic rose with a twist. The outer layers are realistically curled and a full peony-style center gives it the fullness and texture to standout among any arrangement. 6 individual Enchanted Rose Flowers in natural color.

"Fake Flowers" Never as my husband always says. Recently we had a Great Niece born and her name is Juliette Rose.So me being me thought Romeo & Juliette. A rose by any otherr name......I was astonished to find out thatJuliette Rose IS an actual Rose. Almost 700.00 a dz.After seeing them on your site Wow...I painted them pink and made her a shadow box It's not finished yet. But what a timeless gift. I just received the 100 various assortmentI can't wait.....Btw My husband's remark " I'll give you this one ."

Put your magic touch to work with this DIY flower combo pack! A blend of swirly pink and bicolor purple roses, burgundy scabiosa, blue thistle, and baby eucalyptus creates a charming mix of colors and textures. Order online today so you can let your creativity run wild and free with these fresh flowers.

Be as bold as a rose in our Girl's Disney's Beauty & The Beast Enchanted Rose Tee. It's thoughtfully crafted in our signature-soft, recycled vintage jersey and designed with adorable ruffled shoulders that'll have her straight-up spellbound.

A romantic gift idea and a must for Disney collectors, this is an authentic, detailed representation of the iconic rose in the movie Beauty and the Beast. Elegantly displayed inside a high quality, mouth-blown glass bell jar, the rose is exquisitely crafted in red and green crystal with a clear crystal base, giving a total of 223 sparkling facets. Decoration object. Not a toy. Not suitable for children under 15.

The Enchanted RoseGeneral informationFeature filmsBeauty and the BeastBeauty and the Beast: The Enchanted ChristmasBeauty and the Beast: Belle's Magical WorldEnchanted (cameo)Descendants (cameo)Beauty and the Beast (2017)Disenchanted (cameo)ShowsHouse of MouseSofia the FirstOnce Upon a TimeDescendants: Wicked WorldThe Wonderful Spring of Mickey Mouse'Chibi Tiny Tales (cameo)Video gamesBeauty and the BeastKingdom Hearts IIKingdom Hearts 358/2 DaysKingdom Hearts χKingdom Hearts Union χDisney Magical World 2Disney Infinity series (as an interior item)Disney Emoji BlitzDisney Magic Kingdoms (as token)Disney Crossy RoadDisney Heroes: Battle Mode (as a badge)Park attractionsBeauty and the Beast: LiveBe Our Guest RestaurantBackground informationUser(s)EnchantressBeast/The PrinceCreator(s)EnchantressPurpose(s)To act as the Beast's hourglass during the spell by having petals fall to let him know how much time he has left to find true love and earn their love in return before the last petal fallsLocation(s)Beast's CastleStatusThe last petal falls and the spell is broken by BelleSource

When the Beast was a human prince, an old beggar woman came to his castle requesting shelter from the bitter cold and offered to him this very rose. The prince sneered at the beautiful gift and turned the old woman away because of her haggard appearance. She warned him not to judge her based on appearance for true beauty was found within. When he dismissed her again, she shed her false form, revealing herself to be an astonishingly beautiful enchantress who was testing his heart.

The prince tried to apologize, but it was too late, for she saw that there was no true love in his heart. As his punishment, she transformed him into a hideous beast, and all who dwelt within the castle into living objects, as well as cursing the castle itself and the surrounding forest (filling it with vicious wolves and bats as well). She left him the rose, promising him that it would bloom until his twenty-first year (or many years, in the Broadway version). If he could learn to love another and earn their love in return before the last petal fell, the spell would be broken. If he failed, he would be doomed to remain a beast for all time and his castle, servants, and forest would likewise remain cursed forever.

When the Beast finally turned 21, his countdown truly began as the rose slowly but surely began to wilt. At the end of the film, the Beast appears to reach the deadline of his twenty-first birthday, because the rose completely finishes wilting, but the spell was still broken due to Belle confessing her love for him mere seconds before the last petal fell.

Aside from the prologue, where the rose is seen on window panels and briefly in the West Wing, it made its first appearance after the Beast's failed attempt at convincing Belle to come have dinner with him. After the Beast overheard Belle's comment about not wanting to have anything to do with him and being hurt by the remark, the fifth petal fell off; feeling that any chances of breaking the spell at that point were almost slim to none. During this scene, it was revealed that at least four petals fell before that one, and Lumiere beforehand mentioned that the rose had started wilting months prior.

The rose was later seen again when Belle entered the West Wing without the Beast's permission, where she happened to come across it and then proceeded to remove its glass covering before attempting to touch its petals. However, the Beast was afraid that Belle would make the petals fall off the rose before it is time and thus cost him his humanity, so he caught her, placed the glass covering back on, and snapped at her for disobeying him. He then yells at her to get out of the West Wing, which she did (although she ended up leaving the castle as well, necessitating the Beast to save her from wolves). He then realizes he must control his temper if he is to ever break the spell.

The rose appears in the background for the remainder of the film, and is seen one last time as the Beast dies after getting stabbed by Gaston (which led to him falling to his death) and Belle tearfully professes her love for him mere seconds before the final petal falls. Against all odds, he had succeeded; the spell was broken, restoring him and his servants to their human forms, the bleak, menacing fortress into a shining, gorgeous castle, and the surrounding forest to its former beauty. He then lived happily ever after with Belle.

In the Special Edition, the rose was also carried by the podium (which is revealed to also be possibly sentient, though whether it was originally human or just an object given life is never revealed) to the main foyer during Cogsworth's briefing, just before the song "Human Again". It is also in this scene that he states the amount of time it will take by then before the final petal falls, which is 12 hours, 36 minutes, and 15 seconds, of which the rose is already down to it.

The enchanted rose, aside from the appearances in the background with the West Wing, also appeared near the climax, where Forte, shortly after manipulating the Beast to lock Belle away forever, then proceeded to goad him into "ending his misery" by smashing the rose to bits. Before the Beast could do so, however, a petal fell on the present Belle had earlier left for him and caused him to snap out of it and read the present, giving him some renewed hope for making Christmas good. In addition, the rose was nearly destroyed again when Forte, having gone completely insane from fear of being left out once the curse is broken, tried to collapse the castle with his music in a desperate attempt to ensure they can't fall in love. However, after the Beast disabled Forte's keyboard by ripping it out, Lumiere and Cogsworth managed to place the glass covering properly back on the table in time.

The rose appears in several episodes of the fifth season of Once Upon a Time, here labeled as the "Magical Rose".[1] Mother Superior creates it for Belle who had decided to leave to save Emma from the Darkness. Belle was told that it was linked to Rumplestiltskin's life, and when the last petal from the rose falls, he would be dead. While in Camelot, the rose's petals began to slowly fall away. Six weeks later after Belle arrived back in Storybrooke, the petals were almost completely wilted and most of them had fallen. However, after Gold began to wake from his coma, the fallen petals faded away and the wilted rose became complete again. 041b061a72


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