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May 29, 2009 / Monsieur D

PLATINUM GUILD INTERNATIONAL REVEALS A TIARA FIT FOR A PRINCESS

A bride’s ultimate crowning glory for Coutts London Jewellery Week
Every girl dreams of a fairytale wedding and Platinum Guild International reveals a wedding accessory fit for royalty during their Eternal Platinum exhibition to be shown in Covent Garden during London Jewellery Week.
This beautiful platinum and diamond tiara is the stuff of little girl’s dreams and will transform any bride into a princess. The intricate headpiece is created from ductile platinum and features 5.87 carat of sparkling diamonds. Designed exclusively for Platinum Guild International in Japan and worth over £70,000 it is a stunning family heirloom.

Like the jeweled coronet that H M Queen Elizabeth II inherited from Queen Mary and went on to lend to Camilla Parker-Bowles for her wedding, this platinum tiara will be treasured for generations and will always retain its beauty. Platinum, the most enduring precious metal, never loses its natural white lustre and never goes out of style; indeed royalty has worn Platinum tiaras at weddings for centuries. Tiara’s are also popular away from the wedding day being increasingly favoured by celebrities from Madonna to Catherine Zeta-Jones as an original evening accessory.

The platinum and diamond tiara is in the UK for Coutts London Jewellery Week and will be on show along side other platinum jewellery at the Eternal Platinum exhibition, I.N.C. space, 9-13 Grape St, Covent Garden from June 8-11th and then at selected platinum retailers in London during the 12.14th June.

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