Half-crown Brocéliande with volume butterflies

  • €120,00
Tax included.

The half crown of the Brocéliande collection is composed of a brass branch part and the rest is held with an elastic for more comfort. One or more butterflies in volumes are placed on the branch for a totally magical effect!

This jewelry is made to order, the colors shown in the photos are only an example, after your order I will contact you so that you choose the butterfly or butterflies that will compose your head jewelry, for a unique result.

For a wedding, an event, or just to feel like a fairy, they can be worn as a crown or behind the head in a bun.

The advertised prices are for uncommon butterflies, for rarer species a supplement will be requested.

The basic brass branch is gold-copper in color and is covered in places with small balls to reinforce the magic side. But if you wish you can have an aged silver branch and not covered with a ball, on the other hand as this requires an additional treatment at the gilder for the silver plating, the delays can be longer if I do not have the part in stock.

The addition of chains, pearls ... is quite possible, do not hesitate to let me know all your wishes.

Feel free to contact me for more information :


Your jewelry in detail:

Material: Brass, resin and real butterfly wings

Nickel and allergen free
100% handmade in France 


About Victorian Rehab:
Victorian Rehab is a brand of jewelry made from genuine old timepieces, butterfly wings, cicadas and beetles. Made entirely in France, in our workshop, our creations are unique pieces at the confluence of a retro style and an effect definitely in tune with the times. 


Maintenance recommendations:
Avoid contact with water, perfume and direct sun

Do not store in a bathroom (as with all your jewelry)

Delivery :

The jewel is produced to order. an approximate delay of 10 days is expected

Non-contractual photo, the jewelry is made to order

The jewelry will be sent well protected by collissimo

All Victorian Rehab jewelry is registered designs.
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© Photo Marion Saupin

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