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These vintage inspired wedding earrings feature gorgeous blue rhinestones and antique brass "stained glass" stampings. Art Deco beauty at its finest! Nickel free antique brass lever back wires are included, but can be switched out for French wires upon request. A lovely idea for the bride's something blue, or as a gift for the bridesmaids. The streamlined style makes them easily wearable after the wedding, too.

Want to buy these for your bridesmaids? Larger quantities are available. Send me a message and I can set up a custom listing.

Length including ear wire: 2"

**Please note that every item in my shop is made to order. Production time will vary between 3 and 10 business days, depending on the item and quantity ordered. If your wedding is in LESS than 2 weeks, please contact me about the feasibility of your purchase.**


Little White Chapel offers beautiful and affordable handmade wedding accessories with a vintage feel. In addition to bridal jewelry, you'll also find items for bridesmaids, flower girls, mothers, and any special guests. Custom orders are welcome, too. Contact me here on Etsy, or send an email to paige.ronchetti [!at] gmail.com for more information.

Art Deco Wedding Earrings - vintage style, something blue, rhinestone, stained glass, antique brass, tagt team


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: antique brass, antique gold, stampings, brass, blue rhinestones, vintage rhinestones, oval rhinestones, lever back ear wires
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 272 reviews
  • Favorited by: 59 people