“Renaissance Memories” Hair Comb
Brass and enamel hair ornament
She was as beautiful first thing in the morning as she was when she dressed for court. Sometimes, I could catch a glimpse of her on her balcony, her hair dancing out from the behind the silk curtains. Now, in my old age, I’m not sure if she was just a sweet dream or a dear memory.
The “Renaissance Memories” is a new collection, bringing a fresh wave of interesting designs to ArmStreet’s women’s clothing. It includes dresses, accessories and more, and is full of feminine, delicate items that are stunningly original and attention-grabbing.
Hair combs have been worn by women for millennia, across a variety of different cultures. This comb has no specific historical inspiration, but we have included enamel designs on it to match the rest of our Renaissance Memories collection. This is an ArmStreet exclusive item, created by our team of talented designers. Made from 1.5mm brass, it is solid, well made and eye-catching.
The bordering and central crescent-shaped elements are filled in with enamel of various colors you are welcome to select in the "Choose options" section at the right top part of the page according to the following schematic layout. If you are looking for different combinations of colours and filled elements, please contact us to discuss the possible solutions.
This comb is meant to be placed in your hair in a decorative manner. It can be placed high on your head if you wish to show off the enameled part from the front, or it can be nestled in a low bun for a more subdued look. We advise that you tie up your hair so that the teeth of the comb have more to hold onto, though we encourage you to experiment and find new and creative ways to wear this!
If you have any additional questions, please contact us.
- 1.5mm brass;
- Width: 3 5/32 in (8 cm);
- Height of the hair comb: 3 15/16 in (10 cm);
- Length of the teeth: 2 - 2 3/4 in (5-7 cm).
- Bright enamel;
- Solidly made;
- ArmStreet exclusive design;
- Jewelry for your hair;
- Shiny brass.
This item is part of the “Renaissance Memories” collectionView collection