These long Art Deco earrings of faceted green-glass briolettes were created from a lariat necklace by my expert jeweler. The enameled link at the center of the paper-clip chain adds a touch of elegance. The lever-backs for pierced ears are sterling silver. Scroll down to see my Green Bead & Chrome Art Deco Necklace, in the same shade of green.
Faceted spring-green glass beads with chrome links, balls and end caps make this 1920s-1930s Art Deco necklace a delightful accessory for any season. This necklace, which is light weight and has a spring-ring clasp, is probably European in origin. I have a great pair of dangling earrings in the same shade and style -- scroll down to see them.
Apple-juice celluloid beads and hoops connected with brass filigree findings form these delightfully long 1920s Art Deco earrings. They are all-original screw-backs, which can be modified for pierced ears. Have fun wearing these wonderful earrings!
A double silver-tone chain connects a faceted, rich ruby-glass three-dimensional stone to a prong-set square-cut small ruby glass stone in these lively and extra-long Art Deco earrings. The original screw-backs were converted to sterling silver lever-backs for pierced ears by my expert jeweler. Ruby Art Deco pendant earrings are a jewelry wardrobe essential!
These 1950s Hattie Carnegie earrings feature a lovely shade of sapphire blue poured glass in a delicately-detailed gold-tone setting with clip-backs. Light passes through the glass. The design is timeless and versatile!
Large golden and brown topaz glass stones are prong set in gold-tone metal with round citrine glass accents in these clip-back earrings by Elsa Schiaparelli. The exotic three-sided shape of the large stones enhances the three-leaf clover design, and the elaborate construction of the earring backs exemplifies the maker's quality. This color combination can be seen in other Schiaparelli pieces. You can see the utility patent for the earring clasp here, shown below the names Frederick A. Ballou, Jr. & Rogers T. Stafford.