Diamond Earrings Vintage 18k Two-Tone Gold

$3,450.00


Unknown
Late 20th Century
18K Yellow Gold, 18K White Gold
1.50 cts round brilliant cut diamond
18.5 grams
1 1/4" x 3/4"

A pair of leaf-shaped 18k gold and diamond clip-on earrings. The leaves are white gold that are framed by the braided yellow gold wires. Each leaf is adorned with a line of diamonds. The convex shape of the earrings adds an extra dimension and great dynamic to the leaves. This sparkling pair of the diamond earrings is a gorgeous piece for a night out. In a formal setting, they will add a lot of significance to your look.

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