Faberge-Inspired Marcasite Earrings - Museum Reproductions
These earrings are based off a design on one of the Imperial Eggs made by Faberge for Tsar Nicholas II in 1914. The egg is in the collections of the Hillwood Museum.
I liked these earrings because they remind me of the cluster-style earrings of the 18th Century. Cut steel would have been popular then, but these are made with Sterling Silver and Marcasite.
They measure about 1.5" in diameter and have stud-style back.
This item was made by the Museum Reproduction Company, which partners with Museums to recreate historical items in their collections. A portion of the sale of these items goes back to support the museums where the original pieces are kept. Made in the USA!
To see more Museum Reproduction Items please see here: https://www.damesalamode.com/collections/all/museum-reproductions
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