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Tudor Court Earrings. Silver and 9ct gold. The iconic Hampton Court Palace was once the home of King Henry VIII and witnessed one of the most compelling love stories in British royal history. Inspired by Anne Boleyn's Gateway, our Tudor Court earrings contain rare Welsh gold and are set with sparkling white topaz. Created in association with Historic Royal Palaces.
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The iconic Hampton Court Palace was once the home of King Henry VIII and witnessed one of the most compelling love stories in British royal history.

Inspired by Anne Boleyn's Gateway, our Tudor Court earrings contain rare Welsh gold and are set with sparkling white topaz. Created in association with Historic Royal Palaces.

GOLD OF ROYALTY
THE WORLD'S RAREST AND MOST SOUGHT-AFTER GOLD
The tradition of using Welsh gold in the wedding rings of the British Royal family began in 1923 and was carried into its 95th year with the most recent Royal wedding of Meghan, Duchess of Sussex and Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex on 19th May 2018.
Some of this very same rare Welsh gold is contained within each piece of Clogau jewellery, making it some of the most exclusive jewellery in the world. The content of Welsh gold can be identified by the Welsh dragon stamp, and other unique marks that denote a genuine piece of Clogau.

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The iconic Hampton Court Palace was once the home of King Henry VIII and witnessed one of the most compelling love stories in British royal history.

Inspired by Anne Boleyn's Gateway, our Tudor Court earrings contain rare Welsh gold and are set with sparkling white topaz. Created in association with Historic Royal Palaces.

GOLD OF ROYALTY
THE WORLD'S RAREST AND MOST SOUGHT-AFTER GOLD
The tradition of using Welsh gold in the wedding rings of the British Royal family began in 1923 and was carried into its 95th year with the most recent Royal wedding of Meghan, Duchess of Sussex and Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex on 19th May 2018.
Some of this very same rare Welsh gold is contained within each piece of Clogau jewellery, making it some of the most exclusive jewellery in the world. The content of Welsh gold can be identified by the Welsh dragon stamp, and other unique marks that denote a genuine piece of Clogau.

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Produktspesifikasjoner
Produktnr 3STDCDE
Materiale
 
Legering sølv 925
Materiale
 
Legering Rosé gull 9kt/375
Aktuelle grupper Nyhet
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Produktspesifikasjoner
Produktnr 3STDCDE
Materiale
 
Legering sølv 925
Materiale
 
Legering Rosé gull 9kt/375
Aktuelle grupper Nyhet