It should come as no surprise that we love the idea of antique earrings as part of a bride's wedding day trousseau. Earrings made a century ago sparkle just as brightly today, and are a rather elegant way to take care of that pesky "something old" category.
For the cosmopolitan bride:
This sophisticated pair of diamond and sapphire dangles are quintessentially Art Deco in their design; a perfect match for the city skyline visible from a swanky rooftop reception.
For the classic bride:
This timeless pair of earrings features exceptionally fine old mine cut diamonds sparkling from understated rosey gold baskets. These beautiful jewels haven't gone out of style since they were first fabricated c. 1900, and will most certainly be taken out of the jewelry box for many occasions long after the wedding day is over.
For the romantic bride:
For the bride whose ideal nuptials take place in a secret garden, we recommend these dainty blossoms crafted of rose cut diamonds and pearls.
Three different styles for three different brides - which pair speaks to you?