Coral, cannetille, and filigree wire work artistically fuse into an exceptional pair of Georgian era earrings.
Recalling another time and place, these dangling darlings date to circa 1820.
These are a spellbinding example of day-night earrings. Worn with the top surmount by themselves, or by adding their dangle. or suspended drop, they move effortlessly from day to divine.
Yellow gold of 10k has been sculptured into beehives of gold, with added granulation (minute beads or drops of gold). Filigree gold (a flat use of gold wire) and endless coils of more precious metal all make up these intricate earrings.
Four natural cabochons of coral, two in each earring, add their harmonious color. The original back to front ear wires still remain intact.