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A rare find indeed! Stunning vintage clay style(faience) turquoise color tubular beaded Egyptian Revival Chandelier Clip on Earrings. This has a brass type metal as seen. The beads are most often never perfect since they are each handmade and due to age have wear. I hope this pair will make a wonderful addition to your collection and bring you much enjoyment while wearing these or simply admiring the exceptional beauty I feel this pair offers.

The earrings are measuring Approx. 2 3/4 inches long (taken from top to bottom total)
The chandelier itself is Approx. 2 1/4 with the ring included.
Each earring may vary just slightly due to bead size variations.

Please keep in mind, this wonderful design could easily be made into wire dangles by the new owner being chandelier style.

A measure has been placed to give a visual of size.
This pair is in as found condition.

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RESERVED Vintage Egyptian Revival Faience Turquoise Clay Tubular Beads Chandelier Earrings HTF


  • Vintage item
  • Materials: metal, brass, beads
  • Only ships within United States.
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