MILLI MAIER 18K white gold Hair Clips / Earrings


Designer’s note: These handcrafted multifunctional hair pins can be also worn as earrings.

Globally unique fine hair jewellery brand Milli Maier released a special set of bobby pins that were exclusively made for the Brillante Fashion Show which was in partnership with the Alexander Jansons Foundation and took place during London Fashion Week in September.

Product details

Size: Shorter pin with 7 diamonds – width 2mm, length 50mm; Longer pin with 8+3 diamonds – width 2mm, length 60mm
Material: 18K (750°) white gold, white diamonds (approximately 0.16 carat total weight)
Colour: White gold
Product code: MMBP001


The product will be shipped out within 3 business days. When the product is shipped out – the delivery time depends on the buyers location. In Baltics the delivery takes 3-5 business days, in Europe 10-14 business days.




“The Heartbeat of Mother Earth” bobby pins conceal a number combination of 7,83 which is manifested in the number of diamonds on them. The Ancient Indian Rishis called 7.83 Hz the frequency of OM: Mother Earth’s natural heartbeat rhythm, known as the Schumann Resonance which refers to the frequency of the electromagnetic field of the earth.

This one of a kind hair jewellery set was born to support the Alexander Jansons Foundation whose mission is to spread awareness about Myocarditis – a virus which affects the heart. Their aim is to fund research into the causes, prevention and cures for it and therefore saving lives in the future.

Read article: Meet Milli Maier, creator of diamond hair jewellery worth thousands

Milli Maier is a fine hair jewellery designer who had long intended to create a piece that could carry a story from ancient times, when deities wore head icons that symbolised their mind and what they stood for.
But it wasn't until she learned the significance of human hair and how it was valued as a true source of intuition. Her ambition in making precious hair jewellery is to recreate the story of ‘HUMAN HIGHNESS’. People who strive to be the best version of themselves so they could always wear their ‘invisible crown’ as a symbol of their mind.
After finishing her first piece she felt as though it had always been here, and as though it would never ever leave.