These lovely earrings look like real pearls but are actually faux glass. They were created by Kenneth Jay Lane and date to the late 60s or early 70s as per the K.J.L. signature. The earrings feature clear rhinestones that comprise the length of the earring, and end in a very large faux ivory pearl. They are very attractive and would be fun to wear with a casual outfit or to dress up more formal attire. They measure 3 inches in length with each pearl contributing close to an inch in length of that length. Thye are in excellent vintage condition and are each stamped "K.J.L." on the back of the clip.
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