These Victorian era 14k rose gold dangle earrings feature a striking geometric design, each studded with 17 rose cut diamonds. These dynamic earrings have nice movement and sparkle that change with the lighting and environment.
The earrings hang at an optimal length, measuring about 1.5” from top to the bottom of the piece. They each weigh 1.9 grams. There is a European wire backing that attaches to a 3/4” long bar. This bar houses 8 rose cut diamonds that measures about 1.5mm each.
Attached to this bar is a round button measuring about 12.33mm in diameter. This button has smooth surface with two offset lines of square shaped rose cut diamonds (1.5mm each) both ending in a larger circular rose cut diamond (2.25mm each). The diamonds were set in the button by first hand carving out gold to then carefully position them within. The earrings are unmarked but have been acid tested to 14k.
These earrings were carefully crafted with a tasteful design that is appropriate for daily wear or a special occasion. Dating back to the 1890s, this Victorian era treasure would be an excellent gift of addition to your jewelry collection.