Turquoise Egyptian Revival Earrings - Museum Reproductions
These lovely earrings are in an Egyptian Revival style, which was hugely popular in the 19th Century! These are based off a piece of jewelry made in the mid-19th Century in Naples and held today in the Walters Art Museum. The originals are made with lapis, but this style is created with Turquoise (the Lapis version is also available! See the link below.)
These would be appropriate for wear from the late 1790s through the 19th Century.
The earrings are Gold-plated pewter and feature Turquoise gemstones! These are a lovely bright and lively Turquoise Blue. Do note that as these are natural stones, there may be some slight variation in the stones you receive vs the stones pictured. All of the stones have different marbling patterns.
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!
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