14K & Silver Georgian/Victorian Diamond Dangle Earrings
A beautiful pair of late-Georgian/early-Victorian German Biedermeier c.1830-1840 era earrings, set in tight pinched collet settings, and rose cut diamonds.
The design of the earrings are uncommon, with a triple drop hanging a cluster, as opposed to a singular drop, which is the more common design variety. This makes it the perfect in-between style for those that are looking for something more unique and different, while not being over the top.
It is important to note that the collet settings in these earrings are incredible - being very tight and flush to the piece. The areas where they are "pinched" are also not rubbed down over time and are still very visible, a highly desirable trait when collecting.
They transition beautifully from day to night, as these pair of earrings are very versatile. The diamonds are closed-back and foiled, however cleaning is relatively simple as it can be wiped down & sanitised with an alcohol swab/alcohol wipe for maintenance.
The diamonds are approx. 0.90ctw by spead. The backings are lever-backs for added security.
Note: Please note that as the diamonds are foiled, it is advisable that the piece does not get wet or exposed to water. It can be gently cleaned by wiping it down with a wrung out damp cloth
Era - Georgian c.1830-1840
Materials - 14k gold and silver / Rose Cut Diamond
Carat Weight - 0.90ctw by spread
Measurements - Triple Drop: 8mm/ Cluster Face: 10mm across / Total Drop from Top: 27mm