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garden gate earrings - vintage lucite and sterling

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Vintage Lucite and Oxidized Sterling Silver Earrings.

You know the gate. At the garden at the foot of the hill, the one that's painted red and has a little round window cut into high up so that if you stand on tiptoe you can just see into the riot of flowers on the other side. Vintage Lucite painted floral rounds nestle inside vintage lipstick red hoops. Hung from oxidized sterling silver circle chain, and finished with oxidized sterling French hooks and handmade ballpins. Hoop is just under 1"; earrings hang about 2 1/2" long from top of hook to bottom of dangle.

Frequently asked questions about urbanlegend

Having trouble deciding on a necklace length? My most popular option is a 20 inch chain (approximately 50 cm). This length is comfortable for most people, and works well with either chunky or dainty beads.
Silverplated chain and bright sterling silver earrings will tend to tarnish over time, but can be easily cleaned with a soft polishing cloth. Immersing jewelry in a polishing solution is not recommended.
At this time, I am not able to do custom orders. However, if you see an item you like in my sold listings, I may be able to recreate it upon request.
All of my jewelry ships packaged in brown kraft packaging (either a pillow box or a square jewelry box, depending on size), and is closed with a ribbon, ready for gift-giving.

garden gate earrings - vintage lucite and sterling

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: vintage lucite beads, sterling silver
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 2019 reviews
  • Favorited by: 18 people