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These vintage design Art Deco filigree rose de france earrings are hand crafted in sterling silver, finished in warm 18K yellow gold. The body of each earring features geometric filigree with matte finish accents, with a lovely faceted marquise shape natural pale pink rose de france amethyst ( February Birthstone ), dangling from a meticulously detailed filigree top, for attractive eye-catching movement.
The finished open gallery around the sides of the earrings with light scattering millgrain edging is the perfect finishing touch for these gorgeous Art Deco filigree rose de france earrings.
With secure lock back earwires, each earring measures 2 1/4 inches long from the top of the earwire to the bottom of the earring, by 3/4 inch wide. The detailed filigree openwork is the highlight of the design while also creating light-weight and comfortable dangling earrings, great for anytime wear.
Insured shipping is FREE, and all earrings are sent to you in beautiful Antique Jewelry Mall gift packaging.
High polish/18K yellow gold plated
2 1/4 inches from top of earwire
Lock back earwire
Art Deco, Circa 1925
Gemstone Information Ethically Sourced & Conflict Free
Rose de France
2 for the pair
0.88 carat total for the pair
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