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The inspiration to this style comes from a number of paintings from the era of the Tudors, it seem to have been a fairly common style. A drop shaped pearl dangle beneath a mounted gem.

Teardrop shaped pearls have been used throughout a great part of our history, and can be found in many works of art, the most famous probably Vermeer’s “Girl with a pearl earring”(1665). Real pearls this size are quite costly so I have substituted with a glass based pearl of good quality.

The findings are of antiqued brass and the cabochon is a faceted black onyx. Nickel and lead free.

I have also made these earrings in three more colors; green aventurine, red carnelian and blue lapis lazuli. Please convo me if you're interested in a particular color or custom item!

Shipping is always free and jewelry will be delivered gift wrapped for you to enjoy as a present to yourself or someone dear to you. All the best//MEJ

Renaissance Tudor reproduction earrings - Drop glass pearls and faceted black onyx - Hand assembled

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: brass, faux pearl, glass pearl, onyx
  • Ships worldwide from Uddevalla, Sweden
  • Feedback: 21 reviews
  • Favorited by: 179 people

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