16 August 2016

HRH lace

Jewelry has always sought to replicate fabrics, their flexibility and their weave with some of the toughest materials available like gold and diamonds. Hind Hariri, the designer and founder of the HRH brand has managed to achieve unparalleled flexibility with gold thread and a bobbin in the hands of a lace maker. The result is breathtaking.

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