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Lady Di

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A vintage ring full of character; more than just a ring. This model was inspired by the unique engagement ring of Princess Diana who, in addition to her status as a princess, was best known for her sense of style, her individuality and her boldness.

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Lady Di ring 14 krt - Sapphire
Lady Di ring 14 krt - Sapphire
€2.995,00
Lady Di ring - London
Lady Di ring - London
€1.950,00
Lady di ring - Aurora
Lady di ring - Aurora
€995,00
Lady Di ring 14 krt - Violet
Lady Di ring 14 krt - Violet
€1.950,00
Lady Di ring 14 krt - Lime
Lady Di ring 14 krt - Lime
€1.950,00
Lady Di ring 14 krt - Moss
Lady Di ring 14 krt - Moss
€1.950,00
Lady di ring 14 krt - Madeira
Lady di ring 14 krt - Madeira
€1.950,00
Lady di pendant 14 krt - London
Lady di pendant 14 krt - London
€1.850,00
Lady di pendant 14 krt - Violet
Lady di pendant 14 krt - Violet
€1.850,00
Lady di pendant 14 krt - Sunflower
Lady di pendant 14 krt - Sunflower
€1.850,00
Lady di pendant 14 krt - Moss
Lady di pendant 14 krt - Moss
€1.850,00

Lady Di collection

princess diana

It is safe to say that in British history, the name "Lady Diana Spencer" shines like no other. Her life remains a timeless source of fascination and inspiration around the world, it was full of love and tragedy. Below we will delve into her history, look at her legendary love story and we will take a look at her personal jewellery collection.

 


History of Lady Di

It's been a while now, but on July 1, 1961, Diana Frances Spencer was born at Park House, Sandringham. She was the youngest daughter of her father Edward John Spencer, the eighth Earl Spencer, and her mother Frances Ruth Burke Roche, the later Countess Spencer. In the early years of her life she spent on a large estate with her family, here she was surrounded by an aura of aristocratic splendor. Diana was initially very timid and had a sensitive soul, she did distinguish herself at a young age by her genuine compassion for others. Her love for life and her natural charm was contagious, so she was a very popular person among friends and family.

Below we will elaborate on her marriage to Charles. During this marriage, Lady Di endured many trials, but each time she found comfort and joy in her role as mother to Prince William and Prince Harry. She had an unconditional love for her sons, so she cherished every moment she could spend with them during her busy life. She was able to do this reasonably out of the spotlight and public eye. She thus nurtured a warm and loving relationship with William and Harry, and above all encouraged them to find their own way in life and follow their hearts, regardless of the expectations of others.

Lady Di died tragically from a car accident in Paris, France. Along with her boyfriend Dodi AL-Fayed and their driver, Henri Paul, she was involved in a fatal crash in the Pont l'Alma tunnel. They were fleeing paparazzi chasing them, eventually their car hit one of the concrete pillars in the tunnel at high speed. Despite quick attempts to resuscitate her, Lady Diana died of her injuries at the age of 36. Her sudden death created a wave of grief, people all over the world paid their respects to the beloved Lady Di.

Lady Di was a remarkable woman who had a tremendous dedication to charitable work, she felt it was important to work to improve the lives of others. After her death, this inspired many others to follow suit. Her influence will therefore live on forever in the hearts of those who knew and admired her.

Love life of Diana

Lady Diana's life changed forever when the eye of the handsome and charming Prince Charles fell on her, Prince Charles was the heir to the throne of the United Kingdom. They already knew each other a little as they sometimes appeared at the same different royal events, but it wasn't until 1980 that the romantic spark struck. Their love story began like a fairy tale from a book and quickly became an iconic chapter in the history of royalty. On Feb. 24, 1981, they announced their engagement, and within the United Kingdom this led to a huge sense of excitement.

Several months on, under the eyes of millions of spectators around the world, Charles and Diana promised each other eternal fidelity in a magnificent ceremony at St. Paul's Cathedral. For many people, this was the wedding of the decade; the enormous splendor enchanted the hearts of people of all ages and backgrounds. Diana was already known as a style icon, but her wedding dress was truly of another level. Her veil was adorned with more than 10,000 pearls, and it sparkled like a sky of stars.

But even though their marriage seemed perfect, it soon became apparent that life as a royal wife was not free of challenges and hardships. Lady Diana struggled with the pressures of the public eye combined with the expectations of royalty. Their relationship was plagued by uncertainty and misunderstanding, this only widened and deepened the gap between Charles and Diana. Diana struggled tremendously with her own feelings of loneliness and insecurity, seeking an outlet for her repressed emotions.

Lady Diana's personal jewellery collection

Lady Diana had a remarkable jewellery collection as Princess of Wales, it consisted of several pieces that played an important role in her public appearances and personal life. Some examples of her iconic jewellery are listed below:

  • Her engagement ring: the most famous piece in her collection was her engagement ring, it is on this ring that our own Atelier ring is based. The ring consisted of a 12-carat sapphire surrounded by 14 diamonds set in white gold. It was a striking piece that attracted worldwide attention and has since become one of the most iconic engagement rings of all time.
  • Pearl necklaces: Lady Diana was seen at various times wearing pearl necklaces, these emphasized her classic and sophisticated style. One of the most striking examples was a three-row pearl necklace with a diamond clasp, which she often paired with her evening gowns.
  • Button Earrings: She also owned a pair of button earrings, which she often wore on formal occasions. These earrings were subtle yet elegant and perfectly suited her timeless style.

Why choose the Lady Di collection from Vintage Jewellery?

  • Timeless elegance: The Lady Di collection captures the timeless elegance of the style icon and adds a touch of glamour to any occasion.
  • High quality materials: The use of recycled 14 crt gold ensures that this ring is still durable despite being made new. Top quality and refinement can therefore be guaranteed. Thus, our collection is made to shine for a long time.
  • Versatility: whether you're attending a formal occasion or having a casual day, this collection will match any outfit and style.
  • Unique design: our collection was inspired by Lady Diana's signature style, as well as a vintage piece of jewellery we had in the store. The model is designed with attention to detail, making it a unique and distinctive accessory.

Summary

As we look back on the life and legacy of Lady Diana Spencer, we cannot help but be inspired by her unparalleled grace, courage and compassion. Characterized by love and hope, her legacy will live on forever in the hearts of those who knew and admired her. A timeless icon of humanity and style, Lady Diana remains an example to us all, a reminder of the power of the human heart to triumph over adversity and tragedy.

Please note that the Vintage Jewellery Atelier collection are subject to a different delivery time of up to five weeks. These rings are "made to order" and are set by hand by our goldsmith. So it takes a little more time (and a lot of love), but we promise you: it's worth it.