Moulin Rouge statement necklace

Happy Sunday! Hope you are enjoying the weekend. If you read my blog then you might know about our  Kaleidoscope collection, that is made of labour intensive, yet very opulent statement jewels.

Today I’d love to show you the grandest of them all – Moulin Rouge statement necklace.

Luxury Moulin Rouge statement necklace by Jolita Jewellery, made with hand-dyed light charcoal silk and an array of dipped in gold crystals intricately stitched together over a period of several days to form an opulent statement necklace.

It’s a truly bold statement piece, that has been created over a period of days, patiently hand-stitching together an array of dipped in gold clear and opaque yellow Swarovski crystals. The centre of the piece is embellished with a coral flower and dipped in gold deconstructed clear crystals:

Luxury Moulin Rouge statement necklace by Jolita Jewellery, made with hand-dyed light charcoal silk and an array of dipped in gold crystals intricately stitched together over a period of several days to form an opulent statement necklace.

That’s what the necklace looks like when on and I can guarantee you won’t escape attention and questions when wearing it:

Luxury Moulin Rouge statement necklace by Jolita Jewellery, made with hand-dyed light charcoal silk and an array of dipped in gold crystals intricately stitched together over a period of several days to form an opulent statement necklace.

It also gives out absolutely incredible sparkles, here’s a video from a shoot with lovely Cordelia modelling it (styling by Tasha Leslie-Badu).

This is a luxury one-of-a-kind statement necklace, available for purchase on our website here.

Hope you like it…

Have a sparkly Sunday!
Jolita x

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