ANTIQUE EDWARDIAN PINK AND WHITE PASTE GOLD SILVER EARRINGS BOW TOPS CIRCA 1910
These exquisitely crafted Edwardian earrings are each adorned with a 5.50ct bright pink Paste stone held in an elaborately patterned silver gallery. A stylised bow, encrusted with clear paste stones, crowns each earring. The bow and stones were originally part of an Edwardian necklace, and have been converted with the addition of gold hooked wires.
Paste is a heavy, transparent flint glass that simulates the fire and brilliance of gemstones. White Pastes sparkle just like Diamonds and take expert craftsmanship to capture their beauty.
The intricate craftsmanship inherent in these beautiful earrings is a testament to the craftsmanship, patience and skill of the original Edwardian jeweller. They are a truly wonderful piece of historic jewellery to be treasured.
WEIGHT: 7.2 grams
MEASURES: Width 7mm x Height 32mm x Depth 6mm
STONES: Pink Paste (5.50ct), White Paste
AGE: Edwardian, Circa 1910
ORIGIN: United Kingdom
ITEM NUMBER: 19-1079