Edwardian Crystal & Brass Earrings

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Sparkling crystals! These brass and faceted lead glass crystal earrings are a most delightful peachy pink and sparkle brightly. A foil backed rhinestone is prong set at the top of the earring. Very Good condition with no repairs to the metal. One crystal briolette has the tiniest bit of its tip chipped and another tiny flea-bite on the corner of one facet at the back. The other has a small flea-bite at the edge of one facet on the side. Not noticable when wearing the earrings but these crystals could be changed to new crystals if one desired. It isn't the crystals that make these earrings so unique, but rather the overall design. The rhinestones are bright and sparkly. Screwback earrings became popular in 1909. Gift boxed in a black velvet jewelry box.
(Item #10455)

  • Circa: 1900-1925
  • Composition: Brass, lead glass crystals, crystal rhinestones.
  • Crystal Briolettes: 19mm long x 12 mm at widest part.
  • Rhinestones: 4mm.
  • Length: 1-1/4 inches from top to tip of crystals.

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Price: SOLD $120 USD

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