Crown Cuff Bracelet (18ct Gold Vermeil)

Regular price £160.00

Handcrafted from 18ct Gold Vermeil, this crown cuff bracelet is a stackable staple piece from the Jubilee Crown collection.

The Queen's favourite tiara, 'The Girls of Great Britain and Ireland', inspired the design. This open-cuff bracelet has a fretted, scooped-out silhouette, an elegantly curved form, and a flawlessly polished finish. The beautiful crown cuff bracelet represents the joy and excitement of Elizabeth II achieving 70 years on the throne. Designed in collaboration with The National Portrait Gallery to celebrate the Platinum Jubilee, our Jubilee Crown Collection is the perfect way to commemorate this once-in-a-lifetime event.


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Crown Cuff Bracelet (18ct Gold Vermeil)
Regular price £160.00

This bracelet is hallmarked, providing a unique and identifying feature to the design. Dating back to the 14th century, UK hallmarking has provided customers with a sign of excellence, origin and approval on all jewellery passed through the Assay Offices for inspection. 

Perfect for any occasion, the eye-catching bracelet is a great addition to your jewellery collection. 

All Licensed to Charm jewellery is designed and handmade in the UK from the finest 925 Sterling Silver. Please note: as each piece is handmade, detailing may vary.

Product Details:

Handmade in the UK
Material: 18ct Gold Vermeil Plated Sterling Silver, hallmarked 
Colour: Gold
Dimensions: 70mm x55mm x 13mm
Includes a National Portrait Gallery box

The inspiration for the National Portrait Gallery Jubilee Crown Collection has been taken from the iconic photographic portrait of Elizabeth II wearing the Queen Mary's Girls of Great Britain, and Ireland Tiara was taken by photographer Dorothy Wilding granted the first official photographic sitting with the new Queen. It took place on 26 February 1952, just twenty days after the accession, followed by a second sitting on 15 April.  This was one of a number of selected photographs for the postage stamp design which were not used in the final design.

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