Art Glass Topaz Earrings Signed WEISS 1950s Jewelry
From the 1950s, these signed Weiss earrings are a marvelous uncommon pair because few earrings ever made by Weiss were made with art glass.
The 3/4" long leaf patterned glass cabs on these earrings look just like old fashioned hard candy. They are pearlescent, cream colored, and flanked with brown and white marbled art glass marquise stones. To accentuate the creamy mid- tones of the art glass, the earrings are finished with Citrine rhinestones and dark Colorado Topaz baguettes.
These soft-spicy hues were made to be worn with cream, tan, or brown attire. These shades are very find! The earrings are in excellent condition and all of glass stones and rhinestones are original, perfect, and prong set.
The earrings are clips and measure 1 1/4" long x 7/8" wide. The clips are strong with tight snap and have no gold wear. The gold metal on the backs, behind the stones, have some light wear. Both earrings are signed Weiss, no copyright.
Comes gift wrapped and shipped in a new presentation earring box.
If you would like a pair of soft silicon ear cushions for your wearing comfort, please check the box below.