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Plain Tarbouche Pendant

BY Joanna Dahdah
£2,316.00
The fez, or tarbouche, is a felt hat either in the shape of a truncated cone or of a short cylinder, made of kilim fabric, red in color, usually with a tassel attached to the top. The fez is largely believed to be of Greek origin and later spread to the Ottoman Empire where it was popularized. The traditional red head wear, called the tarbouche, was once a sign of manhood and distinction.
18K Yellow Gold
0.04CT Brown Diamond
0.01ct Ruby

This piece is a custom order please allow 2 - 4 weeks delivery time from order date.

Returns are applicable for upto 14 days after delivery and only applies for noncustomized items.

VAT, customs and duties as well as free standard shipping is included in the item price when shipped to all countries.

All import duties are included in your order - the price you see is the price you pay!

About Joanna Dahdah

Joanna Dahdah’sdebut collection Muse has already featured on the pages of Italian Vogue, won her ‘Best Newcomer 2010’ at London Jewellery Week which has placed her with the jewellery elite amongst 100 other aspiring jewellery designers, trendsetters, business big shots and retail stars in the 2010 ‘Hot 100’ influential people in the UK jewellery industry sponsored by Professional Jeweller. In 2012 Joanna won a ‘Sherif de la Mode’ during Paris Jewellery Week.

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Having discovered her interest in jewellery making from an early age, Joanna’s inspiration and style has been guided by her passion for art, an acute and unconventional sense of beauty, an instinctive understanding of materials and unique craftsmanship. Her collections are interpreted through these unique insights and instincts.

As jewellery rapidly became Joanna’s passion, she angled her studies towards making it her career. After graduating in Jewellery Design from the famousCentral St. Martin’s, Joanna was immediately picked up bySwarovski. Renowned for their support of young talent, Joanna was commissioned to design a piece for their 2012 trend forecasting book.