This special piece celebrates the truest of love: the Prince of Wales George IV and Maria Fitzherbert, a widowed commoner, who married in a secret ceremony and kept their devotion forever private. When George IV proposed to Maria, he sent her a picture of his own eye, painted by a famed artist and set in a locket. George IV also commissioned a miniature painting of Maria’s eye, which he kept hidden under his lapel, forever cementing their illicit love.
Custom: If you would like a commissioned painting of the eye of your own lover (or mate, child, friend, anyone you love!)
Please email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Note: Custom orders may take up to six weeks for completion; all custom orders are final.
Materials: limited copy of hand-painted Lover’s Eye on cold-pressed cotton paper, framed in hand-set glass; 24 karat Russian gold over brass setting, genuine Dolomite, Czech black diamond crystal pavé
Dimensions: 1.5-inch tall x 1.25-inch wide
Limited inventory, may require 2-3 week turnaround