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The headpiece features a duo gold combs with compound elements of European crystals and teardrop and Marchioness cream pearls inlay.
Between the combs there are strands of three gradual rows: 2 chains and in the middle crystals.

This bridal hair piece, Bohemian inspired comb is perfect for any hair style: Up do hair Or Loose down hairstyle, and also it is appropriate for the front or the back.

It is made with fine rose gold plated comb, NICKEL FREE.
You can choose your desired finish - gold, Rose gold or Silver.
**Please ask me to show you more photos.

Size:
Length while spread the chains - 11.8#39;#39; (30 cm).
Comb width - 1.8#39;#39; (4.7 cm).
Comb height - 1.1#39;#39; (2.8 cm).

Matching gold earrings, Available in rose gold finish:
https://www.etsy.com/listing/125403457/gold-pearl-earrings-bridal-teardrop?ref=shop_home_active_15

Matching bridal sash, Available in rose gold finish:
https://www.etsy.com/listing/190798903/bridal-belt-gold-wedding-brooch?ref=shop_home_active_6

The Gold finish headpiece:
https://www.etsy.com/listing/178397946/bridal-hair-accessories-bridal-chain

Back to my shop:
https://www.etsy.com/shop/TheLadyBride

Turnaround time:
A maximum of 10 working days to hand craft your product jewelry.

Shipping can take between 3 days up to 3 weeks worldwide.
Expedite shipping is possible, Just choose the best delivery time for you, while making the order.

Item will arrive in a beautiful gift box with my brand logo, ready for gift giving, even to yourself :)

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Here is what my brides wrote about this item:

★ - quot; I love it! Perfect and more beautiful than the photos show, thank you I can#39;t wait to wear it on my wedding day quot;

★ - quot;Stunning head piece! Can#39;t wait to wear it on my wedding day!quot;

★ - quot;This piece is beautiful! Makes it hard to get the hair locked in place without additional hairpins. Again very pretty piece!quot;

★ - quot;The combs are perfect for holding it in the hair, but can slip out if your hair is too fine. I recommend teasing it really well because then they stay perfectly. We ended up flipping the piece around so it hung around the back of my head instead of the forehead. I got tons of compliments on it back there and it worked out much better.quot;

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I make every item of my collection with a lot of love and care, I pay attention to every detail.
You are more than welcome to contact me for any question you may have, I#39;m always very happy to help.

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Dana

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