Multi Diamond Flower Necklace, 18ct Yellow Gold
Multi Diamond Flower Necklace, 18ct Yellow Gold
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Multi Diamond Flower Necklace, 18ct Yellow Gold

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Layer this super luxe version of our best selling Diamond Flower Necklace for the ultimate layered necklace look. It has been handcrafted in London from solid 18ct gold and set with ethically-sourced diamonds. The flower motif is a symbol of growth for the wearer so this necklace is not only aesthetically beautiful, but is a beautiful reminder of your strength everyday.


Materials: 18ct recycled yellow gold and diamonds
Size: Flower is 0.9cm on a trace chain - 18″ length/23cm drop with adjustable loop at 16.5″ (46-42cm) 
Carat weight: 0.19ct
Product: NP33
Collection: Floral Fragments

 

Floral Fragments
“A magnificent flower slowly wilting and occasionally dropping a petal, its brilliance fading, its stalk bending ever lower.”

Comment on the Mughal Empire. Stuart Cary Welch. India: Art & Culture 1300-1900. 1985.
FLORAL FRAGMENTS celebrates the disintegrating beauty found within the fading monuments of India. It is inspired by the ancient floral paintings that adorn the walls of the Rani Mahal in Bundi, Rajasthan. Once a palace built for the wives and mistresses of the original rulers, it is now an abandoned fort overgrown and overrun with wild monkeys.
Echoing the allure Natalie sees in the decaying murals and broken patterns of the fort, the collection is built around a fragmented floral pattern which represents strength, completeness and femininity for the wearer. Depicted in delicate gold filigree and embellished with diamonds it hints at the palace’s forgotten grandeur and imagines the jewellery treasures of the women who once lived there. 

 Natalie Perry Jewellery | Bohemian Fine Jewellery Handcrafted in the UK