Our lace necklaces and pendants are made from the finest couture lace from Northern France by one of the world’s oldest lace-making houses. The pattern dates back from the 16th century and is woven today on ‘modern’ 19th-century looms.
It’s a hugely complex process that results in effortless ‘shadows’ in the floral design and extremely fine detailing. This lace-making is a dying art, handed down through the generations and now shared by only a few highly skilled artisans.
Not unexpectedly, this lace studio has been favoured by royalty and celebrities alike – Queen Elizabeth II, Jackie Kennedy, Marilyn Monroe, Elizabeth Taylor, Kate Middleton (wedding dress), and Amal Clooney.
Lily Gardner Lace Jewellery has been featured in Harrods, Colette Paris, and The Victoria & Albert Museum.
Vogue UK called our lace jewellery a ‘must-have’