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Victoria's Purple Reign - Victorian 9K Gold Amethyst Drop Earrings. These lovely earrings are crafted from 9K yellow gold , tested and confirmed. Featuring 2 natural oval cut faceted amethysts, Victorian styling , exquisite detail , and quality gold-work. These beautiful earrings are a dangle drop design, which enhance the gorgeous gemstones. The amethysts display a beautiful "Rose de France" (lavender) purple/pink colour The breathtaking gemstones are set in detailed bezels with attached chains with ear wires for pieced ears. This articulated design allows the earrings to have wonderful movement This articulation and open backed settings showcases the sparkling amethysts to their full potential. These exquisite Victorian era earrings look stunning when worn. Truly a perfect gift or addition to any collection, which can be worn day or night, casually, or for any formal occasion. These are so special.
Note: Appraisal included with earrings. The appraisal does not take into consideration the antiquity value.
In history of the United Kingdom, the Victorian era was the period of Queen Victoria's reign, from the 20th of June 1837 until her death on 22nd of January 1901. The era followed the Georgian period and receded the Edwardian period , and its later half overlaps with the first part of the Belle Époque era of Continental Europe. These earrings are an example of the Etruscan Revival design.
Amethyst gemstones are a variety of quartz. Amethyst gems are known for being a stone of spiritual protection and purification, cleansing one's energy field or negative influences and attachments, and creating a resonant shield spiral light around the body . It acts as a barrier against lower energies, psychic attack, geopathic stress( the study of earth energies and their effect on human well-being), and unhealthy environments.
Measurements: Earrings (including ear wires) 38.00 mm x 13.00 mm
Stone Size: 15.00 carats
Weight: 5.00 grams
Condition: Excellent Note: Amazing pristine condition.
Date: Circa 1880