The sheen of 18k gold, along with the true robin's egg blue of Persian turquoise, bring a Victorian earring into the modern world with aesthetics from both.
Surprisingly contemporary in feel, these antique earrings are formed of two hollow orbs, one smaller atop a larger sphere.
Diagonally encircling the entire globe, each linear stripe is oriented in two different directions. Generally, authentic Victorian earrings were opposing and not exactly alike. You could wear them in the orientation desired, in this case, the turquoise cabochons aligned lower to higher, or higher to lower.
Light and effortless, wear the look of today with the quality of long ago.
Note: One way to begin to identify authentic Victorian earrings is to note if each is opposing the other in design. In other words, if it displays a horse head, one would face left and one would face right. While this is only a small clue and part of authentication, many Western European earrings were designed in this way.