Crown Hoop Earrings (18ct Gold Vermeil)

Regular price £90.00

The classic hoop design makes our crown pattern a bit more special!  Secured with push-back clasps, they're easy and quick to be worn.

Designed and handcrafted in 18ct Gold Vermeil, these will sparkle from every angle. These earrings take inspiration from 'The Girls of Great Britain and Ireland Tiara' worn by the late Queen. The earrings take their shape from opulent diamond-encrusted swags and peaks of the tiara. Designed under licence from 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. 

Perfect worn to celebrate a special occasion or even a wedding day, these earrings will catch everyone's eye and make a great addition to your collection. Pair with the Jubilee Crown Silver Necklace.

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Crown Gold Hoop Earrings
Crown Hoop Earrings (18ct Gold Vermeil)
Regular price £90.00

Our Licensed To Charm jewellery will arrive beautifully 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 piece is handmade, detailing may vary.

Product Details:

Handmade in the UK
Material: 18ct Gold Vermeil plated 925 Sterling Silver
Colour: Gold
Diameter: 42mm
Earrings: Hoop Earrings
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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