What a magnificent pair of earrings these are. 14k black onyx and diamonds in stunning Art Deco style. Pierced French clip back weighing a nice and heavy 8.5 grams. This is a high end pair of earrings and they are my personal earrings. I have decided to part with them in time for the holiday season as I really just do not get enough use of them and my collection keeps growing!! I have never seen another pair like this example. Acquiring a pair of black onyx and Diamond earrings such as the quality of these are becoming more scarce and are highly sought after. These are an excellent and unique example. They are a wonderful size and make quite the statement. I have photographed them as the position they sit on your ears. Measuring 27mm long by 18mm wide which is just over an inch by about 3/4 of an inch. The Diamond are stunning as you can see in photos. Excellent quality, bright white I see no carbon or inclusions. There are 15 diamonds per earring, these have been tested are are genuine diamonds. I would say they are about 1mm each perhaps a bit more and have amazing brilliance and sparkle. The diamonds have been mounted in white gold which really adds to the look. With this being said, they look like white gold earrings but are I guess you would say a combination of white and yellow gold as they you can see the setting, clips and posts are yellow gold. I apologize for my fingerprints on the onyx in photos. They are hallmarked 14k and have what appears to be a makers mark of a lowercase f. I tried to capture this marking in photo as you can see but it is difficult to photograph such a tiny marking on the post of an earring and it ended up blurred time and time again. Based on my research, this mark belongs to Fortunoff. A pair of Fortunoff fine jewelry earrings circa 1970's or 1980's. This was a New York Department store that was in business for decades but is now out of business. In my research I read about their move next to Tiffany and other famous Jewelry shops in New York. The Designer brands so to speak were up in arms with the competition of high quality fine jewelry at such competitive prices on their block. I have tried to show this as marked on the post of the earrings but it is so small it Did not photograph well but it does appear to be their makers mark. I have research prices on vintage earrings comparable in quality and I believe I have priced this pair well below what I have found. Questions welcome.