A beautiful pair of Victorian (ca1880) era 14kt gold earrings! These earrings are fairly long in size and highly detailed in both texture and tracery and have a 3 dimensional effect. They begin with a 14kt yellow gold ball that attaches to the front of the wire and connects to an open gold ring. Hanging from either side of the gold ring is a small hand engraved gold diamond shape with a convex sphere dangling from each. In the center of the ring is a 14kt gold graduated triangle shape, open on the sides and covered in hand engraving. Black tracery detail embellishes the center of the triangle in a floral pattern. Connected to the bottom of the triangle are 4 more hand engraved diamond shapes, with convex spheres dangling from each. These stunning earrings are easy to wear, and light in weight. A must have for the Victorian collector!
Measurements: The earrings hang approximately 2" long and are approximately 1/2" at their widest point.
Condition: The overall condition of the earrings is excellent. There is no apparent damage to the gold, wires or tracery.