Art Deco Myrtle Leaf Tiara & Boutonnière Pin

800 kr 1.250 kr

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The Myrtle flower has been a long cherished symbol of love and unity.  It is tradition across the world for brides and grooms alike to adorn themselves in the symbolic blossom. 

Queen Victoria included a sprig of myrtle in her bouquet whilst Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge and Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex have continued this tradition.

This tiara is both beautiful and romantic and comes with a matching boutonniere for the groom.

Dozens of hand shaped metal myrtle leaves are set onto delicate metal branches. The silvery tone metal has a white sheen to it which reflects beautifully in the light. 

The metal work is delicate although the branches can be arranged to suit your style/taste. Care must be taken though to adjust it slowly and delicately to avoid the metal snapping. 

The tiara can be worn atop your head but given it's small size is typically worn in the back of your hair. 



This tiara is the perfect "something old" for your special day -  A family heirloom to be treasured for generations to come. 


The tiara is in excellent condition. There is wear to the silver plating around the fastening loops but otherwise all the plating on the leaves and flowers are intact. 


Ca. 1920s/1930s


The tiara measures 13cm wide x 5cm at its highest point. Again, the leaves/branches can be carefully adjusted to suit your taste. 

The branches measures approx 4.5cm long and the largest central flower measuring 12mm in diameter.

The fastening loops measure 7mm x 3mm. 




Brass, Silver Plating 



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