Once part of a late 19th century tiara, these delightful components have been artfully reimagined as drop earrings. A pair of soft white enamel lillies swing and sway from below slender stylized leaves lined with vibrant tsavorites and emeralds. The flowers are gracefully suspended from shimmering old mine-cut diamonds, giving them lots of movement. In the secret language of flowers in the Victorian Era, the lily was a beautiful symbol of purity and innocence, making these the perfect bridal earrings.
Diamonds: two old mine cut diamonds, estimated .50 ct each, Si1 - SI2 range in clarity with H-I range in color, closed backs
Weight: 18.9 grams
Measurements: 2 1/4" long x 7/8" wide
Notes: the leaves contain a three replacement demantoids for missing emeralds, the back of one lily has a thin split in the enamel