An ideal length, these earrings combine powerful forces of Art Deco platinum and diamond work with fiery opals.
All in platinum, two Australian cabochon oval opals equate to 4.5 carats of color play. Oranges and red, the scarcest and most desired of colors are in the lead, with peacock neon blues, green and purple hues as a backdrop.
Diamonds encrust the surfaces of the platinum with a total of 1.34 carats of frosty glow. Created in three articulated (moveable) parts, the diamond color is H-I, and their clarity is VS2-SI1. To the wearer and spectator, that translates to that all the diamonds are white to the eye and shimmer and sparkle are prominent.
The touch of four baguette diamonds adds something visually striking, the others are transitional brilliant cuts and old single cut diamonds.
A seamless conversion from another jewel, perhaps a bracelet, with the opals added, these vintage earrings move and sway. Elegance is the watchword for these ear baubles.