Diadem commission

I come today to show the latest example of my work producing a diadem for a wonderful peer of the East. It was requested to feature certain elements of their device; acorns and hearts. It was also desired to illustrate their station as both a double peer of the realm and a holder of a court barony, and of course as tribute to the Consuls, they wished for regalia that was fitting to a Roman reign. The final request was for it to be silver, and contain no nickel.
The band and vines are sterling silver. The leaves are hammered fine silver. The heart is aluminum. The Pelican is vitreous enameled, chased champlevé copper. The acorns are faux pearl charms.

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