These modernist fish earrings are marked F. Miraglia N.Y. Sterling for Frank Miraglia, who was one of the many well-known modernist jewelers working in and around Greenwich Village, NYC in the 1940s and 50s. He was a contemporary of Sam Kramer, Idella La Vista, Ed Levin, Paul Lobel, Frank Rebajes, Art Smith, Henry Steig, Bill Tendler and Ed Wiener, and the influence of the art of the time is evident in his work. These dangle earrings have screw backs and a patina from age, and are in very good condition, with no damage to any of their parts.
Each of these abstract earrings measures 1 3/4 inches from top to bottom, and they're each 1 1/8 inch at their widest points. They each weigh a comfortable 6 grams, and if you're attracted to the studio jewelry from this time period, this pair would make a wonderful addition to your collection.
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