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Beautiful ballerinas inspire Grace as Harriet Kelsall Bespoke Jewellery unveil Christmas window display

27 Nov 2019

Little Grace’s dreams came true meeting The Sugar Plum Fairy as Harriet Kelsall Bespoke Jewellery’s London studio unveiled a new window display inspired by the Tchaikovsky ballet, The Nutcracker.

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To mark the occasion, friends of the award winning jewellers, the Central School of Ballet visited the studio with a team of enchanting ballerinas in full costume, animating the engaging, new display perfectly.

The elegant costumes were all adorned with pieces of beautiful, bespoke jewellery provided by Harriet Kelsall Bespoke Jewellery to complement the ensembles and add even more sparkle.

The dancers caused quite a stir, with passers by stopping to meet and take pictures with The Sugar Plum Fairy, The Snow Queen and the ensemble in their ethereal costumes. 

Local cafes and their customers in the village also enjoyed the captivating show, as Ella The Sugar Plum Fairy gave Grace, 2, a ballet master class in the studio’s shop window.

Harriet commented on the day, saying: “As creatives ourselves, we value and prize creative expression. My team and I are passionate about creative careers for young people and so our ongoing collaboration with the students from the Central School of Ballet seems exciting and relevant for us. “

Harriet went on to say: “These dancers are about to launch their dancing careers and are wonderful to watch - I highly recommend going to see their show this December.”

The talented cast from the Central School of Ballet, including Ella as The Sugar Plum Fairy and Mayuko as The Snow Queen are all getting ready for their performance of The Nutcracker at the ADC Theatre in Cambridge on the 17th of December.