These very dramatic but elegant earrings were designed by Toma Clark Haines for Republic of Toma Fashion.
They are made of silver that has been plated predominantly with 18ct yellow gold although.
At the top of each earring is a large pear shape turquoise set point down below which is a rubover set blue sapphire.
Suspended below the sapphire is a 3-branch chandelier.
Each branch is set with rubies and leads to a rubover set blue sapphire.
An oval cabochon turquoise is suspended from each of the 2 outer arms & an elongated pear shaped cabochon turquoise is suspended from the central straight arm.
The rubies: 0.90ct
The sapphires: 0.60ct
Weight: 0.5ozs - 28gms
Length: 2.5ins - 6.35cms
Width: 1in - 2.54cms
Weights, colours & clarities of the stones are estimated as the stones have been examined and measured in their settings. Where the stones carry an independent certificate this will be indicated.
Toma Clark Haines
Toma Clark Haines is The Antiques Diva.– Chief Executive Diva of The Antiques Diva & Co European Tours, Europe’s largest antiques touring company, offering customized antiques buying tours in Europe, Asia and America to tourists, antique dealers and interior designers. One of the favourite parts of her job is stocking client’s stores across the US and creating new trends in home fashion.
Toma Clark Haines is also a freelance travel and design writer, international public speaker, interior decorator and social media guru.
Born in Oklahoma, Toma has lived abroad since 2000. Traveling extensively for work, she divides her time between her home in Berlin, Germany and traveling in each of her company’s tour countries.
One of Toma’s abiding passions since childhood is for fashion and her secret desire has always been to be a jewellry designer. With Republic of Toma Fashion Toma is designing and producing a range of jewellery that has her own unique global diva style.
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