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This is a really beautiful headpiece made up of solitaire, marquise and pear shaped cut stones set in petal enamelled, pale gold leaf and vine patterns. Farah is delicate and would work perfectly with both classic styled gowns and more floaty Grecian styles too. Perfect for brides wanting sparkle in a more organic floral design. Plated in 14ct Gold and measuring 5.5cm at the highest point. Set with genuine Austrian Crystals cut with facets to look like real diamonds and featuring hand enamelled elements. Each item comes beautifully packaged in our luxury designer boxes to keep it looking it’s best.
Each and every one of our designs is handcrafted by skilled artisans in the traditional way with all stones and elements hand picked and set. Our company ethos includes ensuring ethical workplace practises, working to make bridal supply chains more responsible.
The earliest crowns and jewellery in history were made with gold. We continue this tradition using real 14k gold plating on many of our tiaras, accessories and jewllery designs. We use a special belnd of real gold with a tiny percentage of silver to create our signature " Champagne Gold" tone which stops it lookinng too brassy (orange toned).
We use the ancient art of enamelling in many of our accessories, especially those featuring flowers and leaves for added depth and artistry. Opaque, champagne enamel fondant is hand painted onto each gold element to create a matt or satin effect instead of a high shine metal finish. This helps to create a more delicate final appearance. All enamelling is done by hand using traditional methods.
Austria leads the world in the production of precision-cut crystals. They are made using a mixture of quartz sand and natural minerals and are cut with sophisticated machinery to ensure the highest shine and sparkle. These are cut with facets to sparkle like a real diamond. Traditonally crystals have been cut to imitate diamonds since the 18th century and the productions methods today are highly skilled for a flawless final finish.
Originally, rhinestones were rock crystals gathered from the river Rhine, hence the name, but today the name "rhinestone" applies only to varieties of lead glass known as crystal glass. These have been traditonally produced for many years as a substitute to real diamonds due to their sparkling briliance and are perfect to use when a large stone is required as they won't have inclusions or colourations found in natural crystals or quartz.