Aquamarine Diamond Drop/Studs Earrings in 18ct White Gold date circa 1980 PRICE: £2,750
Oval Cut Aquamarines: total weight 1.60ct approximately
Brilliant Cut Diamonds: total weight 0.60ct approximately
Weight: total weight 4.5gm
Stock No: SHAPe 36
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.
What jewellery was popular in the 1960s?
1960s jewellery trends include Mod or pop art colours: blue and yellow, black 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.
Richard Kimball is an American Jewellery Designer
18ct Yellow & White Gold, Diamond stone set clip Earrings
Diamonds: total weight 0.10ct approximately
Date: circa 1940
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 Yellow Gold Onyx & Diamond stone set clip Earrings
Brilliant Cut Diamonds: 0.80ct total weight approximately
DATE: circa 1970
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 )
18ct Yellow Gold Earrings by Boodle & Dunthorme
DATE: London 2004
Stock no: SHAPe 5
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