Mairead deBláca – The perfect imperfect heart ring

Mairead-deBlaca-The-perfect-imperfect-heart-ring Floralesque

Mairead deBláca is an Irish designer that I have been following for quite a while and you may remember the interview that I did with her previous (which you can read here). Her work is so delicate, beautiful and also just adorable to wear. All her pieces are handcrafted down in Cork and I always get excited when she releases a new piece as the inspiration behind them is also great as she is so inspired by nature.

When I received an email about her latest work it was too beautiful not to share.  The new piece is a ring called ‘ The perfect imperfect heart ring‘, and is part of her wider heart collection. I had previously seen her heart collection pendents and just loved them. This Hallmarked ring is available in both silver and also sterling silver covered in lashings of 18ct Gold (how lavish!) – but it is the silver that has really caught my eye as it really looks like you could wear it all the time.

And this is what Mairead has to say about the new miniature work of art;

‘I wanted to create something simple, classical and easy to wear. This ring is so comfy even on your thumb! The imperfect heart always reminds me that love is never perfect but always real.’

If you are looking for a gift for someone special (or a treat for you!) then I would really say to go check out Mairead’s website. You can also follow DeBláca also on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

The stock images were kindly provided by Mairéad.

Mairéad deBlaca interview with Floralesque..






    • August 23, 2016 / 7:30 am

      Thanks so much Alanna – her pieces are just beautiful! 🙂

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