Two red-glass hoops drop from long brass filigree findings in these fun Art Deco earrings. This type of filigree was used extensively by Czech makers during the 1920s. These unusually long (3″), all-original earrings have screw-backs and lots of movement. These earrings can be modified for pierced ears. Wear them with distinction for off-duty activities and business-casual days.
Though unsigned, these 1950s emerald glass stone earrings with pearls and diamanté are another example of Schreiner's use of high-quality stones in dog-tooth settings with donut-hole clip-backs. The emerald stones even have inclusions! These silver-tone clip-backs are stunning earrings for any occasion. They frame your face and make whatever you're wearing look even more special. Scroll down to see a bracelet from the same era to wear with these amazing earrings.
These classy Hattie Carnegie 1950s earrings each feature a brown topaz rhinestone that dangles from a cluster of brown topaz beads with citrine accents. The gold-tone setting is richly textured. These earrings are clip-backs.
A filigree-capped jade-glass ball is suspended from a brass chain in these simple, yet elegant 1920s Art Deco earrings. A matching jade-glass disk is set to adorn the earlobe. These all-original screw-backs earrings can be modified for pierced ears. Scroll down to see two jade French Art Deco necklaces that both look fabulous with these earrings.
The drops of these unusual Art Deco black Bakelite (or other plastic from the 1920s) earrings are embellished with a silver painted design and inlaid diamanté. A sterling chain connects each drop to a diamanté-centered black bead designed to adorn the earlobe. These all-original screw-back earrings can be modified for pierced ears. Light-weight and easy to wear, these fun earrings work well for off-duty and business-casual wear. Scroll down to see a selection of Art Deco bracelets to wear with these earrings.