‘At the touch of love everyone becomes a poet’ - Plato
Painted in 1848, the famous masterpiece ‘Bridal Procession on the Hardanger’ was completed only five years before Hardy Brothers were established. ‘Bridal Procession on the Hardanger’ is not only a pretty image for the campaign backdrop but an image with a story which speaks to Hardy Brothers unique and defendable heritage. No other jeweller in Australia can present such a work as authentically as Hardy Brothers can, further distinguishing our position of artisanship, craftsmanship, history and heritage.
Bridal Procession on the Hardanger (1848) Brudeferd I Hardanger Hans Gude and Adolph Tidemand.
Hardy Brothers has a proud and extensive history of delivering deeply personal and memorable experiences when commissioning engagement rings.
The Paeonia is designed to resemble that of a blooming peony, accomodating all popular diamond cuts while remaining consistent in both form and function.