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The Harvard veil is a gorgeous elbow length veil featuring crystal and rhinestone accents for brides wanting a classic bridal veil with added sparkle. Made using the finest extra sheer tulle and hand stitched to a flexible metal comb to provide a high quality way of attaching to any hairstyle with ease and comfort. A double layer veil, featuring an integrated blusher (it is all one piece of oval fabric folded to create a beautiful effect of a double layer veil cascading over the shoulders called an Angel cut) and scattered with Austrian 4mm crystals and 3mm rhinestones on the longer layer and just 4 mm crystals scattered on the short blusher layer (as crystals look the same from both sides allowing the blusher to come over the face and still feature sparkles). The individual layer lengths being, the shorter blusher layer 20″ and the longer layer 25″ (width 72″). Available in Ivory or White, please select from the dropbar. Each veil comes beautifully packaged in our luxury veil box 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.
Our veils are created using a special extra sheer soft cotton tulle. This ensures that the veil is comfortable and hangs perfectly as well as having a high visibility through the tulle. The tulle is hand gathered and hand stitched to create the perfect amount of pleating at the comb and is available in either a bright white or a soft ivory.
These are produced with the same high quality materials used to produce crystals which look like diamonds. The only difference is the cutting method to create perfect light refraction. Sharp cutting and many more facets produces the traditional bead shape with irresistible sparkle. Ours go through a strict cutting method as the more facets cut, the more brilliance.
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 traditionally produced for many years as a substitute to real diamonds due to their sparkling brilliance 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. These rhinestones are created with a flat back surface which is perfect for applying to the surface of the veil tulle.