Edwardian Gold & Turquoise Cluster Earrings

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619K

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Edwardian Gold & Turquoise Cluster Earrings

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619K

These gold and turquoise earrings are an unusual design. The oval centres are set with well matched graded round cabochon turquoise, and around the edge are oval shaped turquoise. They were made circa 1900-1910. Turquoise was often used around that period as it meant “Forget me not” after the flower of the same name, so they would have originally been a gift from an admirer.

Written by Olly Gerrish

They look great on the ear!

MeasurementsHeight 1.8 cm
Width 1.5 cm
ConditionVery Good
HallmarksUnmarked, tested to 15ct gold
Date & OriginEdwardian (1901-1914), English
ProvenanceEnglish