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Make a bold statement with these glamorous earrings. With an intricate and detailed design, these earrings consist of gold-plated large flowers. Deep, black cabochon stones dominate the centre with Swarovski crystals surrounding it. Signed Kenneth Jay Lane for Avon.
Earrings by Susan Caplan for ASOS 100% Metal Gold-tone finish Stud design Faux pearl stud embellishment Butterfly back Exclusive to ASOS ABOUT SUSAN CAPLAN FOR ASOS Curated by vintage expert Susan Caplan, Susan Caplan Vintage sources an exciting and diverse collection of antique jewellery and accessories. Exclusively available to ASOS, Susan Caplan for ASOS features an attention grabbing collection of unique pieces, from 90s pendants and bold hoop earrings to 80s necklaces and chunky chain bracelets. Click here for more ASOS ExclusivesABOUT ME Main: 100% Metal Trim: 100% Glass LOOK AFTER ME Avoid Contact With Liquids Product Code: 535790
Susan Caplan Vintage Exclusive for Asos Vintage Exclusive For ASOS Triple Faux Pearl Stud Earring - Cream £10 £4.50
This 1970s Vintage Trifari Interchangeable Earring/Ring Set is an utterly versatile interchangeable earring set. These gold plated demi-hoop post earrings feature interchangeable lucite inserts. Colours include white, cobalt, turquoise, coral and red
These beautiful earrings radiate ethereal colours; pinks and purples dominate with hints of yellow and green. These silver-plated crystal clip-on earrings, in a leaf arrangement, feature prong-set marquis and round-cut pink and aurora borealis Swarovski crystals. Signed Sherman.
There is a combination of movement and sparkle on these beautiful 1950s Trifari clip-on earrings sourced by Susan Caplan Vintage. The design is crafted from sculptured silver plated swirls with prong set round cut clear Swarovski crystals. In addition, movement has been provided with the addition of duets of oval cut crystal drops. The earrings are signed Trifari. Trifari created some of the most desirable costume jewellery of the twentieth century, many of its designers having trained at Cartier. The company patented its own non-tarnish metal, calling it Trifanium and was first to copyright its jewellery designs.
True drama from Butler & Wilson, dating from the 1980s. This ornate articulated design features amber glass cabochons and black enamel detail, on a luxurious gold plated base. Signed Butler & Wilson. Some gentle wear to cabochon.
Sophisticated and simply clip-on earrings dating from the 1960s. Gold plated with an arresting woven texture, and signed Monet. The Monet company, previously known as Monocraft, initially created monogrammed bags before moving into costume jewellery. Their popularity surged following WWII, as their clean and tailored designs appealed to the new female workforce.