These earrings are from the highly collectible designer and Hollywood favorite, Miriam Haskell. Haskell opened her store in New York in the mid 20s and quickly gained popularity among the celebrity set, most famously Joan Crawford. Her work is sought after today for its high style and intricate detailing. She used glass pearls often in her work, applying a special nacre treatment and baroque shape that made them her trademark. These earrings by Haskell feature a large glass baroque faux pearl in cream, surrounded by tiny faux seed pearls. They are set in a gold-tone metal known as 'Russian gold'. The earrings are oval and measure approximately 1 inch in length. Both earrings are signed Miriam Haskell on the screw back clasp as shown in the photographs. They are in excellent condition given the age, showing no chipping to the nacre or significant metal wear. A true collector's item!