As you know, we only do fun and fabulous Christmas tree toppers here – hand knitted in beautiful mustard merino wool and fixed upon a gold powder coated stainless steel frame, this crown will add a right regal feel to your festivities!
Something completely different and a little bit special, we’ve adapted my popular crown design to adorn the top of your Christmas tree like a halo, on it’s specially designed frame – which allows it to ‘hover’ at the top of your tree. This topper will make a real statement and add a touch of festive luxury and fun to your home over the winter season.
Hand-knit here in Devon using glorious mustard merino wool yarn, but we’re calling it gold – just as a crown should be!
If you’d like your own crown, to match your tree there’s one available in the Ready-Made shop and if you’d like to make your own crown topper, please see the listing in my DIY section.
13cm diameter x 40cm circumference x 23cm total height approx
7cm stem (between top of tree and halo)
Height 4-10cm (knitted crown)
You may have to straighten the crown once it arrives with you, but it should be sturdy enough for the crown points to stand straight. The frame can be pushed down as far as you like on the top branch of your tree, to make sure it is fixed in place.
We source our yarn from happy sheep. Due to its many magical properties and the fact that Lauren is allergic to a lot of other wool, we only use Merino.
Merino sheep are not native to this country so the wool itself is provided from farms around the world, however we are very careful where we do source our fibre from. Our Merino is from South America and the South African Cape and we don’t buy from farms that mules their sheep.
The best quality wool comes from happy sheep. If a sheep has a poor diet and general poor health its fleece will suffer. Both the quality of life for the sheep and the quality of wool it produces are hugely important to us. We have strong relationships with our suppliers to ensure that we can trust them and their practices. Merinos shearers are all trained well to do it as efficiently and kindly as possible and the sheep are a lot happier once their 5kg fleeces are off!
In the unlikely event that there is a fault with the product, it needs to be returned for inspection in its original condition, unused and unwashed with all the original labels, packaging and proof of purchase within 14 days of receipt. If the goods do not reach us in this condition then the customers right to a full refund may be affected. Postage will only be refunded if the item is found to be faulty, otherwise the cost of returning the goods will be at the customers own expense. This does not affect the customer’s statutory rights.
If required, please contact us for the return address stating the issue and when and where the product was purchased. The customer is to notify us within 7 days of receipt if unsatisfied with the product for any reason.
When returning an item, it is recommend that the customer use a recorded service as we are not responsible for items that are lost or damaged in the post. Items remain the customer’s responsibility until they reach us.
Delivery within the UK is free for all orders over £50 and costs £3.95 for orders under £50.
Large items/orders are sent by courier. Everything else will be sent via Royal Mail.
Please double check your delivery address is correct to ensure your parcel is delivered to the right address.
Subject to wool stock availability, we aim to despatch DIY goods within 1-7 working days from receipt of your order and Made to Order goods within 2 weeks.
Every effort is made to keep stock levels updated, however, levels can be subject to some fluctuation. Should an item sell out before levels are updated, you will be contacted as soon as possible to advise of the delay.
If you have an urgent request, please get in touch and we may be able to offer an express service.