The George rose gold lapel pin is made using our Royal Household casting process and produced by a family owned casting house in Hatton Garden. The lapel pin starts its life as a wax piece before being vapourised and replaced with molten rose gold. Inspired by the intricate designs and details of 18th century courtier dress. Made in Britain.
Dimensions D17 x L53 mm
UK - Next day delivery on orders placed before 2pm, £5
ROW - 2-3 business days, £10
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