Of all the many designs associated with Scottish jewelry earrings seem to be the hardest to find. Even more difficult is the search for earrings set in gold. Here is the first pair we have had in ages and they are outstanding. The agates are orange jasper, speckled bloodstones and grey banded agate. The gold has been tested and appears to be 10K. This in itself is unusual for gold from the British Isles. It may well be 9K and is solid gold.
The earrings weigh 3.9 grams and measure 1 inch in length and 7/8 inch in width. The wires are original. There is a dark spot on the reverse of one earring. We believe this came about when someone used acid directly to test the gold. It can be removed, but we did not want to try.
We could not resist this rare purchase.and hope you feel the same. The earrings are a treasure.