It's called the "Pippa Rose," developed by a friend of Pippa Fog, well-known bead connoisseur and stalwart of the Bead Society of Greater Washington.
It is a registered rose variety named in her honor.
Pippa gave us a cutting when she and her husband Mogens spent a week here several years ago. It never bloomed. Sadly, I reported this to her and she recommended "superphosphate." Green-thumbed Dad tried it, and the results were spectacular.