Etruscan jewellery of the Victorian era was a style that was heavily influenced by the ancient Greek and Roman designs, and was especially popular in the 1860's-1870's era when these magnificent earring were made.
Dating from the 1870's, the intricate detail and design will take your breath away when you admire them up close, and all this is made even more astonishing that they were made well over 150 years ago. The detail in these earrings are truly spectacular and a true testament to what could be achieved all those years ago.
Made in 18 carat yellow gold, each earring measures a very elegant 41.4mm in length making them perfect to wear during the day as well as the evening where they will no doubt look sensational for that special occasion with that special outfit.
In amazing condition, these earrings are truly magnificent.
18 carat gold antique Etruscan earrings
18 carat gold antique Etruscan earrings dating from the 1870's
What is Victorian Etruscan jewellery?
Etruscan jewellery of the mid-Victorian era is a style that was heavily influenced by the ancient Greek and Roman designs.
Is antique jewellery affordable?
Yes! Often people are surprised to find that they can purchase a piece of jewellery that is over 100 years old for not a lot of money.
Where is the best place to buy antique jewellery in Australia?
At Kalmar Antiques in Sydney's historic Queen Victoria Building. For over thirty five years, Kalmar Antiques has been dealing in fine antique jewellery from the Georgian era right through to modern. Not only do we have a large range of antique engagement rings, but we can also repair your damaged or broken antique jewellery. Employing jewellers who can repair antiques with no evidence of having work done, our restoration of antique jewellery doesn't stop there. We also employ an in-house watchmaker who used to work for Tag Heuer, LVMH and Rolex.
When was the Victorian era?
The Victorian era was from 1837 until 1901. Until Queen Elizabeth II, Queen Victoria was the longest ruling monarch in British history. Queen Victoria was influential in not just politics, but also fashion. After Prince Albert died in 1861, Queen Victoria went into a perpetual state of mourning. During this time until her death, she wore only black, and popularised mourning jewellery.
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