We headed for the Valley of Roses, where damask roses have been grown for hundreds of years.
There are oversized chandeliers, lots of tufted red-velvet upholstery and some damask wallpaper.
The boat, with damask cushions and silken awning, invites them upon the lake.
Thora is busy about her napery––the finest of Irish linen and damask.
When Billy came to him in the living-room, her slender self was almost hidden behind the swirls of damask linen in her arms.
“That is a damask,” (the figured silk made at Damascus) she said.
Soe with thadviz of Mr. Nelson we sent hym a present of a peece of damask and a bottell of annise water.
I wept at the sight, thinking of my own damask rose so far away.
Through the window came the sound of rain, the smell of wet box and of damask roses.
These have been placed in a group by themselves, and christened damask Perptuais.