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Vintage Pansy and Seed Pearl Enamel Earrings with 14K White Gold Shepherd Earwires

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For Sale, part of my Antique Button and Cufflinks collection. These friends of mine make a career restoring vintage and antique jewelry. Their specialty, traveling all over the world, finding the last century's castoffs...cufflinks, clothes buttons, etc., and re-inventing these into One of a Kind earrings. They use a laser welder in lieu of messy soldering, adding the new wonderful, long vintage style shepherd earwires which are always crafted in solid 14k gold.
This beautifully showy pair of champleve enameled pansy earrings started life circa 1940, as a pair of non-pierced, screw-back earrings. The earring face is a lovely pansy flower, two dimensional, but with each petal having realistic shape...even the lines and veins are in place. It has been decorated with genuine fired glass enamels in a light, buttery yellow with a rich purple for the heart of the flower. Set at the very heart of the flower is a 2.4mm pearl. Pansy jewelry was all the rage in the early 1900's. The earring face is sterling silver (hallmarked) and measures 19.5mm long by 18.4mm wide with the earrings measuring 1-1/4" long from the top of the wire to the bottom tip. They weigh a total of 6.4 gram. The new vintage style shepherd earwires are crafted in solid 14k white gold. **Free shipping, U.S. only**

Vintage Pansy and Seed Pearl Enamel Earrings with 14K White Gold Shepherd Earwires


  • Vintage item from the 1940s
  • Materials: enamel, sterling silver and 14k gold
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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