May 2013 | Ideal Bride Magazine
Every bride wants to look unique on her wedding day, with so much emphasis on the dress, in the past bridal jewellery has been overshadowed. In 2012 bridal jewellery is set to take a more prominent role and Maria Allen has a fabulous collection of unique handmade jewellery to satisfy any brides jewellery needs.
Not only beautiful, Maria's jewellery is designed and handmade in the UK. Maria began her jewellery label in 2008 after being unable to find unique and affordable jewellery. Using her graphic design experience Maria started collecting vintage charms, lockets and cameos to be used in her handmade collection.
The most recent additions to Maria's collection are made from etched cherry wood and feature custom made letter necklaces, ampersands, animals and birds, stemming from her inspirations of typography, nature and travel.
All handmade pieces available @ mariaallen.bigcartel.com
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