This refined pair of vintage earrings by the American designer MIRIAM HASKELL dates back to the 1950s. It is inspired by ancient Egyptian jewels and is in golden tone.
Miriam Haskell founded his Miriam Haskell Company in New York City in 1926.
From the beginning, her handmade floral themed jewelry has been a hit and the fashionable women of Manhattan have adored her intricate necklaces, bracelets, earrings and brooches, in which ancient artifacts and gold filigree triumphed.
They are dangling earrings with long sliding oblong oval tears with screw hook closure. The signs of wear are very few and the gilding is completely intact. It is a unique pair of earrings, adhering to the style of those years, after the war, of Art Deco '.
- Golden Filigree 14 KT
- MIRIAM HASKELL
- Cm 5 (length) - Cm. 2 (width) - Cm. 3 (depth)
- Totaal gewicht
- 7 g
- Uitstekende conditie - nauwelijks gebruikt met minimale tekenen van slijtage
- Voornaamste steen behandeling
- Doorgaans behandeld