Clogau Kensington Fife Tiara Drop Earrings 3SKFDE

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Originally created as a Wedding gift for Queen Victoria’s granddaughter Princess Louise in 1889, the Fife tiara earrings are definitely a statement piece to add to your collection. The top of the earrings are butterfly shaped, combined with the glittering, sensational diamonds that dangle elegantly from the butterfly. Nearly 200 carats of diamonds can be found in each earring which demonstrates the expert craftsmanship.

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Brand: Clogau
Code: 3SKFDE
Packaging: Official Clogau Packaging
Warranty: 24 Months

The beautifully developed Kensington Fife Tiara Earrings takes inspiration from the Fife Tiara, created in sterling silver & 9ct rose gold, containing two pivoting pear shaped genuine white topaz gemstones. Developed in association with Historic Royal Palaces.
• Earring Fastening: Post & Butterfly
• Earring Length (mm): 15
• Earring Motif Height (mm): 19
• Earring Motif Width (mm): 9.5
• Earring Weight (g): 3.07
• Primary Stones: White Topaz
• Secondary Stones: White Topaz
• Other Stones: White Topaz
• Further Information: 2pcs White Topaz 8x5mm 2pcs White Topaz 3x3mm 8pcs White To-paz 1x1mm
• Hallmarked: 925
• Product Type: 925 & 9ct Earrings

The Clogau brand was first brought to life when a local Welshman named William Roberts made an exciting discovery in the rural mountains of Snowdonia. Roberts was able to extract a stockpile of rare Welsh gold that was then used exclusively to create the jewellery that founded the Clogau brand. Since then, Clogau jewellery has become renowned around the world not just for their striking designs but for being worn by members of the Royal family including Her Majesty the Queen and the late Princess Diana of Wales.
All our Clogau jewellery is delivered in elegant Clogau packaging.

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The Clogau Tiara earrings exude royalty and luxury with its eye catching design. The exquisite tiara contains nearly 200 carats of diamonds and illustrates exceptional craftsmanship reflected in the pivoting diamonds which capture the light and essence of beauty from every angle. The design originally was a wedding gift for Queen Victoria’s granddaughter Princess Louise before being permanently housed at the Kensington Palace back in 2017. Its authentic design with the gorgeous butterflies carved out of precious gemstones and the glowing diamonds dangling gracefully from the butterflies, makes these earrings truly remarkable.

These Clogau silver earrings are a statement piece for your wardrobe and unlike any other earrings you have seen before. However, the miniature sizing of these earrings will ensure that they don’t cloud or shade your natural beauty. The bold yet delicate affect of these earrings make them ideal for formal/evening wear. The silver colour enables this to match with any colours too, they will definitley add a hint of glamour and chic to your appearance . Additional items to pair with these earrings would be the Clogau Tiara Necklace and the Clogau Tiara Ring. Both items are the same design as the earrings so these could be an alternative if you are looking for a gorgeous necklace or a dazzling ring instead. Due to the inspiration behind these earrings of royalty, these would be a suitable gift for an adult rather than a child, perhaps a wife or a girlfriend.

Clogau have been producing jewellery that the British royal family have been purchasing and wearing for over 100 years. Some of Clogau’s designs have even been custom made for members of the Royal family including, Princess Diana of Wales, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth, Princess Margret and Princess Anne. Due to this, Clogau’s popularity has exceptionally grown throughout the years and is deemed as the ‘Gold of Royalty’. Since each piece of Clogau’s jewellery contains a small piece of rare gold from the St Davids gold mine in Snowdonia, Clogau as a brand will always hold a special place in Britain’s heart.