With a deep appreciation for history, our designer has woven elements of the past into this remarkable look. Drawing inspiration from the shipwreck of the Spanish Galleon Nuestra Señora de Atocha, which sank off the coast of Florida Keys in 1622, a pendant made from a recovered silver bar from the wreckage has been incorporated into the back of this piece.
A certificate, provided by Elegant Curiosities, will accompany the ensemble, offering detailed information and authenticity (certificate shipwreck treasures M. Fisher Bar number: 85A-S641 Manifest Nr: 4402).
To create this captivating look, our designer skillfully combined various pieces of black lace, while an adjustable closure featuring bronze alloy chains adds versatility. Filigree ornaments, embellished with 24k gold and sterling silver hand-plated details, grace the ensemble.
The garnets on this piece are set in sterling silver prong settings, accentuated by garnet cabochons, numerous freshwater pearls, sterling silver beads, and antique garnet beads dating back to circa 1880.
The headdress, crafted with synthetic black hair, is adorned with filigree ornaments featuring 24k hand-gilded and sterling silver-plated details, as well as garnets set in sterling silver and freshwater pearls. A matching wig, styled by the designer, is available to complement this piece. Additionally, matching earrings are included in the ensemble.
The pasties feature a backing already equipped with a layer of skin glue. After wearing this piece, a new layer of skin glue will need to be applied (provided with the piece) for subsequent uses.
The skirt is made of a flowy polyester fabric with silky look.
Included with his look: *Top *Skirt *Gloves *Headdress *Wig *Earrings *Pasties