"The reform which we propose. . . is radical and universal. . . The emancipation of a class, the reform of half the world. . . in which love shall overrule force." - Paulina Kellogg Wright Davis, women's rights advocate in the 19th century, anti-slavery worker, editor of The Una Newspaper for suffragetes
early 19th century
15k yellow gold/ silver collet settings
rose cut emeralds
old mine cut white diamonds
These gorgeous earrings remind us of the romance of the Georgian Era. Back then, diamonds were solely cut by hand and meant to sparkle at night in the candlelight. The Lily of the Valley shaped details on the top are crafted our of 15k yellow gold, while the settings for the rose cut emeralds and old mine cut diamonds are in silver. They have slight movement when worn, catching the light in that spark joy kind of way.