As the train came screeching
in to the station, Lady
Elizabeth's heart began to beat
faster. She didn’t want her new
husband to know that this was
her first time on a train. After all,
most well-rounded women had
traveled abroad multiple times
by her age. It was almost an
embarrassment that she hadn’t
seen more of the world.
Recapture the romance of Edwardian elegance!
She followed his lead as they
climbed aboard, the loud hiss
of the steam engine making her
jump with a mix of excitement
and fear. Closing the door to
their cabin, Lord Shroppingham
turned to her and said, "My
dear, I can tell you're anxious
about our trip to Paris, so I
brought you something to calm your nerves." He handed her a
small box and as she opened it, her worries did indeed begin to
melt away. A stunning collection of jewelry that sparkled with
deep blue ovals, shimmering European crystals and the luxurious
glow of gold-finished settings. As he helped her put the
necklace on, he whispered in her ear with a smile, "and now you
look even more like a first-class traveler; no one will ever know
it's your first journey by train."
The Hampstead Collection includes necklace and bracelet.