Red Coral Headband
More than crochet
The Red Coral Headband adds a drop of colour and imagination to any outfit.
A piece of wearable art, a soft sculpture, a designer headband & necklace handcrafted with lots of patience and attention to detail by an accomplished designer, with the thought of women’s need of individuality and self-expression in mind.
Sophistication & humanity
It adds a level of sophistication to any uniform or garment, sparking the imagination and making any outfit feel more humane and joyful.
A rare, intriguing and unusual accessory, chances are the wearer will be the only one in the room wearing something like it, leading to many compliments, our customers say, and making them feel a bit more privileged.
An heirloom that will be passed down for generations or a unique gift.
This piece can be worn as a headband or as a necklace.
The inside diameter: 17,5 cm.
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...is free for orders above €60!
It takes 4 - 10 days within the EU & 15 - 21 days outside the EU. View policy
Materials & Care
Materials & Care
The piece is created using cotton yarn, glass beads, elastic cord. It can be hand washed with warm water, a bit of soap and a soft bristle brush. While it can also be washed in a washing machine we recommend using it in extreme cases only. We don't guarantee it won't lose its shape or change its colour after repeated washing cycles.
Each piece is handcrafted, therefore unique. So there might be some differences between the item in the photo and the item that you receive. Lidia tries to make them as identical as possible but getting them 100% is not the end goal. It’s an art piece after all.
The bright side is that the pieces get more refined with each iteration.
While we strive to create accurate photos of our items, not all screens display color the same way.
Settings like true tone, night shift or equivalent as well as the defaults of the displays, all affect the way colour is shown. In some circumstances we might also miss the perfect white balance in our photos (changing weather, polarizing filter).
Also, some yarns are more reflective than others (they are shiny). We use a polarizing filter to photograph them which reduces a bit of their true reflectivity.