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Lucinda is a dainty tiara made up of tiny cut solitaire stones and cut crystal beads. It is an elegant, versatile design and would work well with a sophisticated wedding dress or a more contemporary style. Plated in Rhodium (part of the platinum family of metals) and measuring 2.5cm at the highest point. Set with genuine Austrian Crystals cut both to look like real diamonds and as faceted beads for extra sparkle. 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.
Rhodium is a special and rare metal within the platinum family of metals which we use to plate many of our accessories and jewellery. It is more expensive than gold on the precious metal market and it started to be used in silverware and jewellery making in the early 1900's as it created a beautiful, tarnish resistant finish. It's colour tone is a slightly darker, giving a more antique effect than silver, making it perfect for accessories designed with vintage influences.
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.
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.