A light and lacy pair, these openwork earrings were conjured sometime around the 1950-60s, taking inspiration from Victorian-era jewels. The Japanese Akoya pearls swing independently and are all well-matched in their color, with very good luster and iridescence. Seed pearl jewelry in this delicate, lacy style was often made and worn as bridal jewelry for a wedding, and this pair would be a lovely addition to a brides' ensemble today! They are fabricated in strong, 14 karat yellow gold, making them a perfect, easy alternative to period Victorian earrings which are usually too delicate for daily wear. They measure 1 and 3/4 inches long by 3/4 inch at its widest point and they have screw-back posts. They can be converted to pierced upon request. Captivating and ultra-feminine — make them yours today!