This stunning Kensington Fife Tiara ring from Clogau, is crafted from sterling silver and 9ct rose gold, containing rare Welsh gold and is adorned with sparkling white topaz.
The Fife Tiara was created in 1889 as a wedding gift for Queen Victoria’s granddaughter Princess Louise. Now permanently housed at Kensington Palace, it contains nearly 200 carats of diamonds. Clogau’s reinterpretation plays on the spectacular tiara’s butterfly motif.
Founded in 1992 by William Roberts, Clogau jewellery is now a second generation family business celebrating the very best of Welsh tradition with hand-finished jewellery. Each piece contains rare Welsh gold, mined from the St. David’s mine in Snowdonia, North Wales and carries the CG mark and Welsh Dragon symbol stamped during the creation as a guarantee. Rare Welsh gold has been the chosen gold of royalty for over 100 years and is traditionally used for Royal Wedding bands.
Fattorinis are proud to be official Clogau stockists. If you are unable to find your desired Clogau piece on our website, please contact us or visit our Harrogate store where we will be happy to enquire for you.
This ring is available in finger sizes J-T. If your finger size is not available, please let us know your size and we will be in touch to confirm a delivery time.
- Sterling silver and rare Welsh gold
- White topaz
- Finger size M
- Clogau reference: 3SKFDR
- Matching earrings and pendant available