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The gorgeous Stephanie Drapeau (pictured courtesy of WireImage photos) wore the Paloma earrings (gifted in the 2012 Primetime Emmys Gift Bag) to the "Edge Of Salvation" Los Angeles Premiere December 6th AND at a private photo shoot (Burris Images) !!!!!!!!!!!

Paloma Earrings

Named to suggest peace, as symbolized by the dove.

Materials - Semi-matte 14K Gold, brass earwires

Drops measure 29 x 32 mm, total earring length is just under 1 3/4" from top of the earwire.

NOTE : These earrings will be included in celebrity gift bags for the 2012 Prime time Emmy Awards on September 22nd.

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NOTE: My jewelry aesthetic is dainty, delicate, and petite giving a truly understated look. Please note that all pieces are photographed up close to show true detail; therefore, they will look much larger in the picture. If you are unsure of the stated size, please refer to a ruler or send me a convo for further description.

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Thank you for shopping Julie Ellyn Designs!

GBK Emmys Gift Lounge 2012 - Paloma Earrings, Gold Ornate Filigree Earrings with Dove hearts flowers - worn by Stephanie Drapeau

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Material: gold plated brass
  • Ships worldwide from Maryland, United States
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