Art Deco Chandelier Earrings
Bohemia, now part of the Czech Republic, played a significant role in the history of glass costume jewellery. It was in Gablonz, that jeweller Daniel Swarovski introduced the first cut glass crystal to imitate the look of diamonds. These earrings are a nod to the craftmanship of these glass makers.
DESCRIPTION: These Czech rhinestone chandeliers hang from oxidised silver french wires. There is a lot of movement in these earrings so that the beautiful facets catch the light from all angles.
HOW TO WEAR: These earrings are perfect statement earring for an evening out or special occasion. The prong stone settings can be delicate so care must be taken to make nothing is caught within in them. The stones still retain there original back coating so must not be worn in the shower or chlorinated pools.
55mm long including french hooks
12mm at its widest point
Hallmarks: French hooks stamped "925"
Materials: leaded glass, base metal, oxidised silver
Provenance: Czech Republic