A pair of earrings designed by Verdura.
Beautiful and colorful pieces crafted by the house of Verdura. This pair of iconic earrings has been made in solid yellow gold of 18 karats, with high polished finish and suited at the reverse with omega backs for fastening clips. The posts option for pierced ears can be easily added, if need it.
Mounted into bezels, with a pair of oval cuts (10 x 8 x 6 mm) of natural vivid purple amethyst with a combined weight of 11.8 carats.
They have a total weight of 33.7 Grams and a measures of 30 mm by 21 (1.18 by 0.83 Inches).
Both are signed and stamped, with Italian hallmarks and the serial numbers "VERDURA .750 18 KT Ste. SGDE VEC5704".
The Duke Fulco Di Verdura (1899-1978) start his career as a designer in Paris in 1920, Creating the iconic Maltese cross cuff bracelet for his friend Coco Chanel. In the 1934 he moved to the United States and closely collaborate with Paul Flato in California, designing jewelry for the Hollywood stars of the new movie era, including Greta Garbo and Marlene Dietrich.
In the 1939, he moved again, but this time to the city of New York and open the Verdura boutique, in the Fifth Avenue location. in that period Verdura gain the estimation of the very high-profile clientele in the new York's high society.
This pair are in perfect condition with no trace of wear.
INVENTORY REF: E0000AMIR/.8052
Verdura Milan 18 kt yellow gold earrings with 11.8 Cts of vivid purple amethyst