These stunning, fine and impressive antique diamond earrings have been crafted in 14ct yellow gold with silver settings.
Each earring is embellished with a suspended cluster design, ornamented to the centre with a stunning feature collet set 0.39ct and 0.33ct Old European round cut diamond.
The pierced decorated cluster settings are each embellished with a further eight claw set Old European cut diamonds.
Each cluster design suspends from an articulated drop, ornamented with a linear formation of three claw set Old European cut diamonds, completing the design.
These earrings, for pierced ears, secure to the reverse with a post and hinged latch style fastening; each earring further benefits from the added security of a yellow gold chain conjoining the hinged latch with the cluster setting.
The posts of the antique flower diamond earrings in yellow gold are hallmarked with the Netherlands gold guarantee mark (oak leaf); this mark denotes the piece to be 14ct (583 standard) and was used between 1906-1953.
These have been independently tested using state of the art technology (Niton XL2 Analyzer) and verified as 14 carat gold and silver.
These impressive 1920s earrings are supplied with two IDGL diamond grading report certificates for the feature stones, in addition to an IDGL diamond grading report card for the supporting stones.
Such original antique examples of this very high grade and quality are becoming increasingly difficult to locate.
Reflections in photographs may detract from the true representation of this fine example of antique diamond jewellery/estate jewelry.