Queen Elizabeth I Coronation Portrait Replication Tudor Jeweled Collar of Office
A stunning replication of the collar of office or state, as worn in the QEI coronation portrait, painted by an unknown artist circa 1600 and housed in the National Portrait Gallery in London as part of their Primary Collection.
Consisting of 14mm colored acrylic gems and 12mm acrylic pearl cabochon stones set upon plated filigrees connected by glass pearl links and accented with rare over-sized pearl drop pendants, this collar is simply divine.
Unless you request otherwise, all jeweled collars with flat-back settings will include support pins that are affixed to settings positioned in the shoulder areas of the collar's length. These pins will help to keep your jewelry in place as you move around during your event.
To get the best measurement for your piece, take a section of string and drape it around yourself, positioning it to where you'd like the piece to sit, taking into consideration the amount of clothing that will be worn with the jewelry If possible, try to do the measuring in costume or while wearing clothing similar in bulk to what you estimate your costume to be. Once you have the string where you want it, cut it to size and use that as your guide in determining the size that will work best for you.
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