Have you ever desired a museum-quality piece of jewelry, hand crafted with the finest gemstones? To own a piece of Paula Crevoshay jewelry is to be in the same league as the Smithsonian Institute. There, on display in the National Gem Gallery, are her breathtakingly beautiful Montana sapphire "Conchita" butterfly brooch/pendant and her rare green zircon "George" pendant. In addition, Paula's incomparable jewelry will be on display April-August, 2013 at the Carnegie Museum in Pittsburgh, PA. Paula was most recently featured in the GIA Education Magazine Winter 2013.
These earrings were designed by Paula at the start of her illustrious career in the 1980's. She is highly trained and traveled, she loves and uses the finest and rarest gemstones. Her masterful use of color attracted the Huntley-Whitney Museum when she exhibited there earlier this year. The signature swirls and details make it clear that these are only Crevoshay designer earrings.
These lovely earrings are 18K yellow gold and set with two bright round brilliant tanzanites, each .15 ct. and 2 trillion cut pink tourmalines .50 ct each. Suspended are two rare Mississippi River pearl drops with lovely peacock pink and green overtones. The pearls are 18 mm by 8 mm in size. In typical attention to detail, the posts fold down for those without pierced ears.
The overall size of these earrings is a very wearable 1 3/4" long and 20.5 mm wide. They weigh 16.2 grams. They are fully signed with Paula's trademark and guaranteed to be wearable art that you will treasure forever.