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Italian Gemstone Floral Earrings

$248.00

Price: $248.00

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A cluster of rich gems makes a romantic accent in these Art Nouveau-inspired earrings. Jewelers in the seaside town of Torre del Greco combine cultured pearls, rubies, emeralds, carnelian, and agate in a sweeping arrangement. A pink resin rosette adds an old-fashioned touch. The gems are all set in 14-karat gold-plated sterling silver bezels.


Handcrafted in Torre del Greco, Italy. 18-karat gold-plated sterling silver with cultured pearls, ruby, emerald, carnelian, green and red agate, and resin. 1 1/2"L x 7/8"W. French hook with hooked clasp closure.


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