Edwardian Cranberry Red Earrings
STORY: These earrings are a lovely mixture of the soft florals of the edwardian period and the bold, geometric colourful design of the Art Deco period.
DESCRIPTION: Gorgeous facetted glass panels hanging from tiny little marcasite studded leaves. A lot of detail to these earrings with subtle millegraining along the edges. The glass drops are a soft cranberry colour set into chromed metal.
HOW TO WEAR: These earrings are good for either day or night but care must be taken not to submerse them in water or drop them for risk of cracking the glass or losing the marcasite stones.
Condition: Very good - Marcasites seem to have been replaced at some point but with all the attention being drawn to the cranberry glass panels, one would never notice when wearing. The earrings have been set onto new small size stainless steel french wires. I can replace with bigger ear wires on request.
Era: Edwardian - Early Art Deco 1915-1925
Drops measure 32mm x10mmx4mm.
French wires (on the smaller side) measure 9mm high and 6mm wide
Materials: Chromed base metal, Glass, stainless steel earwires