Temptation Tuesday: Because we’re all fancy sometimes.

Late Victorian (c.1880) diamond chandelier earrings. 

Sure, pearl studs are a classic, but why not show some originality with a pair of antique diamond dangles?

4.15cts of old mine, rose cut and antique pear diamonds set in silver, backed in 18k rose gold. 

Almost certainly beginning their life as part of a larger suite of jewels, these fabulous diamond earrings are holding their own quite admirably 130 years later. Tiny silver oak leaves studded with rose cuts frame the center pear shaped drops, and remind us that tall trees grow from the smallest of seeds. Sparkly old mine cuts are suspended from knife-edge settings, adding fun and lively movement to the piece.  These heirlooms of the gilded age surely a timeless addition to any wedding day ensemble. 

Price available upon request.