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Victorian design magic displays its decorative manner, symbolism and timeless elegance with these Victorian rare lucky bean earrings.
The ‘lucky bean’ was a favored charm shape in the Victorian era, worn as an amulet for good luck, endurance and longevity, growth and new beginnings.
These Victorian puffy, three-part lucky bean and flowers earrings remain timeless and yet have their own creative vibe.
Their shapes and forms hit the senses with an unexpected note. With hollow construction, they are light on the ear yet look weighty and rich.
Two parts articulated to sensuously respond to movement adding fun, meaning and drama to any style. These earrings are an exquisite artefact of Victorian era and will be worn for years and years.
Artfully crafted during the later years of Victorian era in 9 Kt rose gold, with a sensual patina given by time, hallmarked with Birmingham, 1901, and assay.
Good overall condition commensurate to use and age, wear consistent with use and age.
Perfect gift, to keep or to give to a meaningful one, lovely to collect.
9 Kt rose gold
assay, Birmingham, letter a for 1900
each earring is 8.2 mm at widest part; 39.3 mm long and 45.7 mm long including wire
Good overall condition, minor dent and minor scratch on back of one bean, one severe dent on the inner part of one bean