Bottega Veneta Silver Earrings
  • Bottega Veneta Silver Earrings
    A stunning skyline is part of the beauty of a memorable metropolis. Construct your own architectural allure adorned with the sensational sight of these Bottega Veneta™ Silver Earrings. Geometric shaped earrings. Openwork decoration. Enamel accents. Snap bar closure. Sterling silver hardware. Imported. Width: 1 ⁄ 4 in. Height: 1 1 ⁄ 2 in. Diameter: 1 ⁄ 2 in. Weight: 0.2 oz.
  • John Hardy Sterling Silver Textured Oval Orbital Drop Earrings
    From the Bedeg Collection. Graduated ellipses of sterling silver in bedeg and woven textures nest within one another, in a design that offers a striking display of geometrics. Sterling silver. Drop, about 3". Ear wire. Imported.
  • David Yurman Sterling Silver Quatrefoil Drop Earrings
    From the Quatrefoil Collection. A beautiful, geometric style with graduated quatrefoils in sterling silver. Sterling silver. Length, about 2". Post back. Imported.
  • Jennifer Loiselle The Wharton silver circle earrings
    Make a sparkling statement with these Wharton circle earrings. The geometric earrings boast laser cut black Perspex embellished with oversized etched silver acrylic "diamonds”. The earrings are complemented with sterling silver hooks and findings. The earrings will come to you beautifully packaged in a luxury 100% recycled box.Please note that you should be gentle with this item while Perspex may look resilient, it can break if dropped or knocked against a hard surface. To ensure your jewellery stays in mint condition, please keep in the original packaging when not in use. To clean or polish, use a dry cleaning cloth and rub marks off gently.
  • MAYA MAGAL Geometric Earrings
    The earrings feature an 18ct gold plated silver rectangle, balancing delicately from a silver circle which is attached to the earring hook. Finished with a polished shine, the contrasting colours and shapes make these unique. For pierced ears only. All the pieces are hallmarked with the maker’s mark (MM), 925 Sterling silver fineness mark, London Assay Office hallmark (leopard’s head), and finally the date stamp which tells the year the jewellery was made. For this collection the date stamp will be ‘O’ for 2013.