Charm permeates each molecule of these acid tested platinum and 14kt white gold earrings. Open work and a cluster design translates metal and carbon from the bounty of the earth to a rapturous adornment for the body. Round in configuration, the total surface of each earring is bathed in a pavé of seven old European and old mine cut diamonds with an estimated total weight of 2 carats (I-K color; SI1 clarity). At the center a six pointed star outline embraces an old European cut diamond at its very core. Around the periphery caressed within five mille grain accented open work spheres are 6 dazzling diamonds. These period cluster earrings present a sparkling white array of shimmer and shine in a compact package. The disks that are the base of it are constructed in Platinum and the diamonds are mounted in 14k white gold are a modern addition which have been converted to posts for pierced ears. All have been acid tested, and are unmarked.
Date: Circa 1915.
Measurements: approx. 1 inch in diameter. Weight of 6.2 grams for the pair.
Condition: Excellent; Origin: English.
Note: Diamonds were not removed to preserve the integrity of the setting. Weights are approximated by measurement and formula and may vary from actual weights. Grading may vary if stones are removed. 7
Item ID: 9
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