Antique Victorian piqué earrings with silver and gold, from about 1875
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If you love piqué jewellery you will recognise that these earrings are of a rare design.
Piqué earrings are usually double or triple hoops – or a variation on these – or otherwise long torpedo drops.
This large pair is probably from the 1870s, a period that occasionally produced strong, almost modern designs, as seen here.
The bold application of the inlaid gold and silver adds to the drama of these collectable earrings.
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• Handmade in piqué with inlaid gold and silver
• Approximately 5.8cm (just over 2 1/4 inches) long, 2.8cm (just over 1 inch) wide
• Weight is 7.2 grams
• In excellent antique condition
• Will come in a Karen Deakin gift box (the antique box is not for sale)
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