Crown Ear Climbers (Sterling Silver)

Regular price £50.00

Add a touch of elegance to your outfit with the National Portrait Gallery Crown Ear Climbers in Sterling Silver.

The ear climbers are designed to gracefully follow the contour of the lower part of the ear, going upwards like a beautiful crown. The Queen's favourite tiara inspired the design, 'The Girls of Great Britain and Ireland', taking the elegant swags and finials and reinterpreting them in a simpler form. 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.

The Jubilee Crown collection has been given a contemporary twist, and this set of earrings will perfectly complement the occasion and your style.

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Crown Ear Climbers Silver
Crown Ear Climbers (Sterling Silver)
Regular price £50.00

Made for pierced ears, the earrings are designed to 'climb' the edge of the ear, following the curved contour of the ear pointing upwards. They can also be worn facing downward.

Our Licensed To Charm jewellery will arrive presented in elegant National Portrait Gallery packaging.

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

Product Details:

Handmade in the UK
Material: 925 Sterling Silver
Colour: Silver
Dimension: 22mm/5.3mm
Weight: 2.3g
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, taken by photographer Dorothy Wilding who was 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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