For example:- (I have seen roses damasked, red and white).
As a side note: Damasked (or Damascus) Steel is a type of blade manufacturing that involved (to this day) widely unknown forging techniques resulting in a shatter resistant blade with a durable, micro-serrated edge.
Damask rose is a hybrid rose that is very fragrant, and a source of rose oil. Unlike commercial roses that your florist carries that have almost NO rose scent.
Are you sure that isn't an acid-etched blade?
It's a pattern-style. See here: