The East London team combine their love of vintage florals with the enduring quality of marble to create this feminine timepiece. The rose gold 34mm dial keeps us in the world of vintage. Rose gold is flattering to most skin tones and is said to be the perfect complement to a summer glow. It’s warm and inviting, hinting at a sense of luxury.
Jewellers loved to use rose gold in the 1920’s to add warmth and femininity to their designs as the fashionable women of the period loved to dress in luxuriously elegant jewels. The warm tones of rose gold mean it works well with the warmer gems in pinks and red but also looks great with colours of the sea, like aquamarine.
The Olivia Burton designers like to keep our feet on the ground when they introduced a honey tan leather strap. The colour tan is said to give a feeling of wholesomeness and is simple, strong and durable, whilst the delicate floral print takes us back to the wonderful world of nature, completing the story.