Every culture is unique in both traditions and taste, so it is no surprise that each culture has earrings that reflect its own special style. But, unique though each culture may be, there is no reason that you should always wear earrings from close to home. At National Geographic, we’ve traveled the globe and collected some of the world’s most unique earrings from countries around the world. We have drop earrings from places like Turin, China, and Israel; hoop earrings from Mali, Tuscany, and Kenya; amber earrings from the Baltic Sea and pearls from Ireland. When you shop at National Geographic, a trip into your jewelry box will become a globe-trotting vacation. All the world’s treasures will be yours. Take a moment to explore the world’s wonders, and decide which country’s earrings speak to you. For occasions both formal and casual, this collection of earrings will keep you looking your very best.
Russian jewelers now working in the United States
create these small treasures inspired by the jeweled eggs made by Peter Carl Fabergé for Tsar Alexander III in the late 19th century. Gold-plated sterling silver is hand-enameled, then each sparkling Swarovski ...
Less than half a mile separates Europe from
Asia at the narrowest point of Turkey’s Bosphorus strait. The Golden Horn is the name of an approximately 4-mile-long inlet whose harbor has sheltered boats for thousands of years, through four powerful ...
The Mughal court’s passion for gemstones fueled a
world-renowned jewelry-making tradition in Jaipur, India, that continues to this day. These petite, gold-vermeil earrings combine faceted ruby, sapphire, green onyx, carnelian, peridot, and labradorite in homage to Mughal opulence.