If you’re after a unique piece of jewellery, you definitely need to go for a filigree design. Filigree jewellery is beautifully handcrafted and often set with rare stones and pearls. Who could resist having their head turned by such stunning creations?
Croatia is famous for its traditional filigree jewellery and it’s not hard to see why. The jewellery is made with small beads which are soldered onto the main surface of the piece. Learning the craft takes a long time to perfect but it’s worth it when you look at the beautiful designs on offer.
Walking around the centre of Split is divine if you want to buy some jewellery. There are so many independent jewellers that it’s difficult to just buy one item. I always buy lots of jewellery in Split because the designs are so unique. Here are some of my latest filigree purchases…
This ring is a bit OTT but as Made in Chelsea’s Victoria Baker-Harber once said: “There’s no such thing as too much”. Amen. It’s definitely a stand out piece of jewellery.
It’s a constant complaint of mine that I don’t have much in green. Problem solved with these delicate earrings. The pearl drop at the bottom adds an extra touch of glamour.
As you’ve seen above, I love nothing more than buying chunky rings. This beautiful design has a beautiful purple stone set in the middle.
A filigree necklace like this one is definitely something you won’t see on the high street so it’s the perfect accessory if you’re after something special.