Clogau Debutante 9ct Yellow Gold Feather Stud Earrings
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Clogau Debutante 9ct Yellow Gold Feather Stud Earrings, DBFE.
Created in association with the Historic Royal Palaces, these stunning Clogau Debutante Yellow Gold Stud Earrings were inspired by Queen Charlotte's birthday ball held in 1780 by her husband King George III. These beautifully handcrafted yellow gold earrings tribute the opulent ostrich feathers worn by the debutantes while boasting the famous and rare Welsh gold that the Clogau brand has become so renowned for.
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.
These breathtaking Clogau Debutante Yellow Gold Stud Earrings feature a stunning 9ct yellow gold feather design with exquisite rose gold detailing in the centre. These earrings are fastened by classic post and butterfly clasps. All our Clogau jewellery comes delivered in elegant Clogau packaging.
9ct Yellow Gold and 9ct Rose Gold, Earring Length: 10mm, Weight: 1.37g
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- Stud Earrings
- Yellow Gold
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