Vintage Glass Pharaoh Cabochons, King Tut, Vintage Brass, Rare 1920s, Art Deco, Egyptian Revival, Turquoise Blue, Cameo Earrings

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Materials

vintage brass, antique brass, glass

Vintage Glass Pharaoh Cabochons, King Tut, Vintage Brass, Rare 1920s, Art Deco, Egyptian Revival, Turquoise Blue, Cameo Earrings RESERVED

Fabulous, very rare 1920s glass Pharaoh or King Tut cabochons are a great example of Art Deco Egyptian Revival style, in a vivid shade of turquoise blue. There are tiny hieroglyphs below the Pharaoh's head. Paired with vintage Art Deco brass connectors, these earrings are definitely conversation starters! Antique brass lever-back ear wires are lead and nickel-free.

Pharaoh means the sun. He is ruler of the solar plexus, the sun center in the subconscious mind.

Distant and exotic civilizations inspired many creations during the early 1920s and onward to spur a movement called "Egyptian Revival," which characterized the type of jewelry that was influenced by ancient Egypt. In November of 1922, the tomb of Tutankhamun was opened, which was located in Egypt within the Valley of the Kings. This incredible discovery was esteemed as one of the most valuable archaeological finds of the 20th Century, and completely enthralled and aroused much interest throughout the world. Although Egyptian influence had already begun decades prior, the Egyptian Revival movement was heaviest following that particular discovery, and still continues today.

Measures 2 1/4" from the top of the ear wire.
Width: .5/8" at widest point.

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RedAvaDesigns: Modern Design, Vintage Style
Vintage Glass Pharaoh Cabochons, King Tut, Vintage Brass, Rare 1920s, Art Deco, Egyptian Revival, Turquoise Blue, Cameo Earrings RESERVED

Fabulous, very rare 1920s glass Pharaoh or King Tut cabochons are a great example of Art Deco Egyptian Revival style, in a vivid shade of turquoise blue. There are tiny hieroglyphs below the Pharaoh's head. Paired with vintage Art Deco brass connectors, these earrings are definitely conversation starters! Antique brass lever-back ear wires are lead and nickel-free.

Pharaoh means the sun. He is ruler of the solar plexus, the sun center in the subconscious mind.

Distant and exotic civilizations inspired many creations during the early 1920s and onward to spur a movement called "Egyptian Revival," which characterized the type of jewelry that was influenced by ancient Egypt. In November of 1922, the tomb of Tutankhamun was opened, which was located in Egypt within the Valley of the Kings. This incredible discovery was esteemed as one of the most valuable archaeological finds of the 20th Century, and completely enthralled and aroused much interest throughout the world. Although Egyptian influence had already begun decades prior, the Egyptian Revival movement was heaviest following that particular discovery, and still continues today.

Measures 2 1/4" from the top of the ear wire.
Width: .5/8" at widest point.

See more vintage-inspired earrings: https://www.etsy.com/shop/RedAvaDesigns?section_id=6838051

See vintage-inspired necklaces: https://www.etsy.com/shop/RedAvaDesigns?ref=l2-shopheader-name§ion_id=6838054

See metalwork earrings: https://www.etsy.com/shop/RedAvaDesigns?section_id=18250023

See enamel earrings: https://www.etsy.com/shop/RedAvaDesigns?section_id=7833776

Return to the shop: https://www.etsy.com/shop/RedAvaDesigns

RedAvaDesigns: Modern Design, Vintage Style

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Gemstones, crystals, and enamels (glass fused to metal) in your jewelry should be worn and handled with care. Like all stones and glass they vary in hardness and are at risk of being broken if hit or dropped on a hard surface. RedAvaDesigns is not responsible for stone breakage at the fault of the buyer.

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