Aquamarine & Pink Sapphire Earrings in 18ct White Gold 
Oval Cut Aquamarines: Total weight 5ct approximately
Oval Cut Pink Sapphires: Total weight 0.80ct approximately 
Date: Circa 1980
PRICE: £2,750
Length: 2.5cm/0.98inch
Weight: 4.8gm
Stock No: SHAPe 35
Blue Topaz Earrings in 18ct White Gold
Faceted Cut Blue Topaz: total weight 3.80ct approximately
Date: circa 1970
PRICE: £1,875
Length of the Earrings: 0.8mm
Total Weight: 2gm
Stock No: SHAPe 34

When was blue topaz first discovered?
The origins of this gem were discovered and mined in 1960 by British explorer Max Ostro in Minas Gerais, Brazil. The UK Natural History Museum impressively has the largest cut topaz to ever go on display at their museum.

Gold Earrings in 18ct Gold
Date: circa 1960
PRICE: £1,850
Stock No: SHAPe 33

  What kind of earrings did people wear in the 1960s?
  Big dangling earrings in geometric shapes, stacks of thick or skinny bangles, colourful flower necklaces, and plastic character pins were all new for the space age youth. Traditional women continued to wear textured gold, pearls, and paste styles.

Ruby, Emerald, Sapphire, Diamond Earrings in 9ct Gold
Date: circa 1990
PRICE: £1,250
Stock No: SHAPe 32

What kind of earrings were popular in the 90s?
Large and oversized silver hoops were a big trend in the 90s. Diamond stud earrings were a classic choice, but drop earrings, chandelier earrings, and oversized studs were the go-to jewellery for formal events and red carpet.

Pink Sapphire Diamond cluster Earrings in 18ct White Gold 
Pink Sapphire: 1.87ct total weight approximately
Brilliant Cut Diamonds: 0.29ct total weight approximately
Diameter: 0.9cm/0.35inch
Date: circa 1980
Stock No: SHAPe 31

 Is Pink Tourmaline the same as Pink Sapphire?
 Pink Tourmaline and Pink Sapphire may look very similar, but they belong to different mineral families and have varying properties. Pink Sapphire is a precious stone that belongs to the Corundum family, whereas Pink Tourmaline is semi-precious and is a part of the Borosilicate mineral family.

Sapphire Diamond Earrings in 18ct Gold
Brilliant Cut Diamonds: I/J - SI2-I2 estimated
Brilliant Cut Diamonds: Fancy dark yellow Brown to fancy light yellow SI2-I2 estimated
Total weight of all Diamonds: 3.50ct approximately
Cushion Cut Sapphire Natural, NO indications of heating:  6ct approximately 
Date: circa 1960
PRICE: £12,750
Stock No: SHAPe 30

What jewellery was popular in the 1960s?
1960s jewellery trends include Mod or pop art colours: blue and yellowblack and white, yellow and green, and pink and red to name just a few. Big earrings in geometric shapes, stacks of thick or skinny bangles, colourful flower necklaces.

Gold Earrings in 18ct Gold by Richard Kimball
Date: circa 1970
Total Gold weight: 11.4gm 
PRICE: £975
Stock No: SHAPe 28

Richard Kimball is an American Jewellery Designer

Tahitian Pearl Earrings in 18ct White Gold 
Tahitian Pearls: Natural Colour - 8.3mm & 15.7mm
Date: circa 1990
PRICE: £2,250
Stock No: SHAPe 26
Special Features:  In 1990s designs of earrings became simpler and cleaner in line with minimalist trend of the decade. Pearl studs of various sizes back into fashion. Tahitian Pearl hardness  2.5-4  (Mohs scale 1-10).
Tourmaline Earrings in 18k yellow Gold by Lilly Shapiro
Cushion Cut Pinkish Orange Natural Tourmaline: total weight 7.15ct approximately
PRICE: £4,500
Design Name: Golden Owl earrings Collection
Special Features: Hardness Tourmaline 7-7.5 ( Mohs Scale 1-10 ). According to one Egyptian legend, the tourmaline passed over a rainbow as it made its way up from the centre of the earth, and took on all the colours for itself. Another legend states that magicians in the Andes mountains crafted magical staffs of tourmaline which contained ancient knowledge of the world.
Diamond Studs Earrings in 18ct White Gold 
Brilliant Cut Diamonds: H-I, VS1-VS2, 1.30ct total weight approximately
Date: circa 1960
PRICE: 6,250
Stock No: SHAPe 22
Special Features:  An early form of Stud Earrings was popular in ancient Egypt. Modern Diamond Stud Earrings made their appearance in the latter part of the 19th century – and they've had staying power. Their popularity surged in the 1970s, and they have remained a fashion staple ever since. Diamond Hardness 10 ( Mohs scale 1-10 )
Lapis Lazuli Earrings in 18ct Yellow Gold
Date: circa 1960

Stock No: SHAPe 21
Special Features: How do I recognise a good Lapis Lazuli ? In the best quality specimens, the colour is evenly distributed, but in general it is spotty or striated. Lapis Lazuli hardness 5-6 (Mohs scale 1-10). 
18ct Yellow Gold Sapphire, Diamond and Ruby stone set Clip Earrings by Sannit & Stein for Kutchinsky
Rubies: 0.50ct total weight approximately
Diamonds: 0.20ct total weight approximately
Sapphires: 0.24ct total weight approximately
DATE: circa 1960
PRICE: £2,250
Stock No: SHAPe7
Special Features: Sannit & Stein made jewellery for Kutchinsky.
18ct Yellow Gold pendant Earrings
18ct Gold : total weight 2.8gm/0.098oz estimated
Date: circa 1900
Origin: French
PRICE: £425
Stock no: SHAPe 20
Special Features: Paul Poirest (1879-1944) Paris, was a leading French fashion designer a MASTER COUTURIER during the first two decades of the 20th century. These earrings were made to compliment his feminine, lacy and delicate dresses of the time. His first design, a red cloth cape, sold 400 copies in 1898. The earrings are light and they are NOT pooling the ear.

18ct Yellow Gold, Diamond stone set clip Earrings
Diamonds: total weight 0.40ct approximately
Date: circa 1960
Origin: French 
PRICE: £1,250
Stock no: SHAPe 19
Special Features: French fashion was very similar to the British fashion in 1960s. Earrings were popular in the 1960s in a variety of shapes and lengths,  provided they were of noticeable size. Fashionable earrings were inspired by plants, animals and unusual objects. 


18ct Yellow & White Gold, Diamond  stone set clip Earrings
Diamonds: total weight 0.10ct approximately
Date: circa 1940
PRICE: £750
Stock no: SHAPe 18
Special Features: Throughout 1940s Earrings were worn, mainly in the shape of ear-clips. Pendant earrings were not very fashionable in the 1940s.

18ct White  Gold, Diamond, Yellow Sapphire, Golden Topaz and Mandarin Garnet stone set Earrings
Diamond: total weight 0.20ct approximately 
Yellow Sapphire: total weight 0.30ct approximately 
Golden Topaz: total weight 0.70ct approximately
Mandarin Garnet: total weight 0.40ct approximately 
Date: circa 1960
PRICE: £1,450
Stock no: SHAPe 17
Special Features: In 1960s popular Earrings were colourful, whimsical and unpretentious Earrings were inspired  by plants, animals and unusual objects. What do these earrings remind you of ? 


18ct Yellow Gold Onyx & Diamond stone set clip Earrings 
Brilliant Cut Diamonds: 0.80ct total weight approximately
DATE: circa 1970
PRICE: £3,250
Stock no: SHAPe 13
Special Features: In 1970's short earrings tended to favour the half-hoop shape, simply attached to the earlobe by means of a clip fitting. Inexpensive examples made of variously textured gold to more important creations carved in hard stone "ONYX" and embellished with Diamonds. Onyx Hardness 6.5 - 7  ( Mohs scale 1-10 )

14ct Yellow Gold Cabochon Amethyst stone set Earrings 
Origine country: 
DATE: circa 1970 "early"
PRICE: £1,250
Stock no: SHAPe 11
Special Features: The earrings are for pierced ears with a clip to keep the earrings Safe and in the position. Amethyst is included in Royal Collections all over the world from ancient Egypt to the British Crown Jewels. 

18ct Yellow Gold Earrings by Boodle & Dunthorme
DATE: London 2004
PRICE: £1,250

Stock no: SHAPe  5