Antique jewelry for the modern woman
victorian diamond cluster, black enamel, and 14k gold earrings
A beautiful pair of Victorian era earrings made circa 1860s-1880s.
Each earring features seven prong set, chunky Old Mine Cut diamonds in cluster formations. The center diamond weighs approximately 0.20 carats with the surrounding diamonds each weighing approximately 0.10 carats. With a total weight of approximately 1.60 carats for the pair, they're filled with sparkly old cut bling.
Between each stone are ribbon like swirls of gold with inlayed black enamel greek key design. The settings are open and airy allowing tons of light to come through.
They finish with omega earrings backs, sitting at the perfect spot on your lobe. Beautiful and substantial, they are a gorgeous pair of heirloom earrings that will take you from day-to-night for years to come.
If you love these earrings, check out the matching necklace.
- Style number: R2279
- Victorian, circa 1860s-1880s
- 14k yellow gold
- 14 Old Mine Cut diamonds, 2 weighing 0.20 carats, 7 weighing 0.10 carats (approx)
- Total diamond weight approximately 1.60 carats
- Height 0.73", width 0.76", depth without backs 0.35"
- Omega back earrings
- Excellent antique condition- wear consistent with age and use
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