The Princess Connection/ Blog Giveaway Winner

Before I announce our blog giveaway winner, I would like to introduce you to the gorgeous designs of Lily Gardner.

What makes Lily's designs so unique is that they are created using Chantilly lace-still made on the original 18th Century hand-looms in France. The French lace used in her collection is made in Northern France by one of the oldest lace making houses.

So what's the "Princess Connection" I hear you all screaming? Well her lace is sourced from the same lace-making house that was used for the lace in Kate Middletons wedding dress! Yes, it is honestly true, I couldn't make this up if I tried ;-)

Lily's designs have also graced the counters of Harrods and The Victoria & Albert Museum (London) and 'Colette', Paris' most revered fashion boutique.



A gorgeous pendant;Chantilly lace
encased in Pexiglass and suspended
from stunning jet black beads

A gorgeous cuff featured in Vogue magazine's
"must-have" pages.
Cute Heart Earrings
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Finally I would like to say a HUGE thank you to all who entered our Giveaway.
The winner is: Carolrowley55 . Carol I've sent you a tweet, but please contact me and let me know which colour stone you would like in your bracelet ;-)

15 comments:

  1. Oh they're so ethereal, Princess cut lace indeed.

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  2. Love the history behind the lace used in these jewellery designs, it makes them really special. Congratulations to the giveaway winner!

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  3. Great post. These are so unique. Congrats to the winner, I'm jealous.

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  4. She is SOOOOOOOOOOOO lucky!!!!!!
    have a pretty day!
    Kristin

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  5. So pretty, like La Belle Epoque.

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  6. Wow these are just gorgeous and so unique! I can't believe that the lace is from the same lace-making house that was used in Kate's dress! How exciting!

    Hope your week is off to a great start, sweetie! xoxo

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  7. So gorgeous, unusual and delicate, Vanessa! Love! Hope your holidays are lovely, sweetie ... if you need gift tags, I've illustrated some Tiffany-inspired stiletto holiday gift tags for my blog loves that can be downloaded and printed ~ they're on this week's post ~ xoxo

    Sandy at Ooh La Frou Frou
    http://oohlafroufrou.blogspot.com
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  8. Gorgeous, I love this delicate design, the cuff especially.

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  9. Oh. My. God. This is so so so beautiful! I´m a huge fan of lace and these designs are so elegant and chic. And that connection to Kate Middleton? I´m sold :)

    xx Ivana

    Stop by sometimes :)
    Macarons and Pearls

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  10. Thank you for the kind congratulations. I'm over the moon :-) x (Carolrowley)

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  12. Dear Vanessa
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    I know how you feel with the lack of snow - I lived in Sydney (Australia) for the past 12 years and only recently returned to my native Sweden to live.
    But I can imagine Spain has some wonderful Christmas traditions and I would love to hear about them. Please do a post and let me know when it is up so that I can read about it.

    Have a lovely ending to the week.

    x Charlotta
    Space for Inspiration

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