A stunning pair of drop earrings with Pate de Verre ball terminals
Pate de verre is an ancient form of casting glass in sumptuous layers. The specific name was first used in the late 19th century in France, with top glass makers using the method for wonderful designer objects and jewelry.
These are vintage earrings with 9 k gold (hallmarked 375). The pate de verre terminals have layers of gold within blue outer glass. The effect is luminescent.
The glass balls have a diameter of 15/32 inch or 12 mm. They are attached by a central pin and a 9k gold lengths to hooks. They will move with the wearer's movements.
The length of the drop is 2 and 1/8 inch or 52 mm.
They weigh 6.9 grams.
The price includes international express courier and associated costs.