An impressive pair of earrings from the Edwardian (ca1910s) era! Crafted in 18kt yellow gold and topped with platinum, these eye-catching earrings are set with a riveted coral cabochon and Rose Cut diamonds. The setting is comprised of milgrained arrows, curling detail, and openwork geometry to create a substantial yet delicate impression, complemented by the large natural gemstone. The coral cabochons display a wonderful light salmon-colored hue with natural variation and are encircled by a bead-detailed frame that mimics the glinting of the Rose Cut diamonds. Matching gold posts and levered omega backings secure the pair to the ear. A one-of-a-kind pair, these would be an attractive addition to a coral or Edwardian collection!
Measurements: The earrings measure approximately 1 3/4" in length and 11/16" at their widest point. The coral cabochons measure slightly more than 5/8" in diameter and less than 1/2" deep.
Condition: The earrings are in excellent condition. Besides normal surface wear, there is no apparent damage to the gold and platinum setting. The coral cabochons and all the Rose Cut diamonds are intact and securely set. The posts and omega backings are secure and in good working condition.