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A very pretty pair of early 20th Century 14 karat gold Mother of Pearl and diamond disc earrings, which have been converted from a single cufflink. They have been made using engine turned Mother of Pearl and white gold, to great effect.


The studs are set with a central single stone Old European Cut diamond estimated at 0.10ct each earring. These large studs have been made utilising white gold on the front of the earring with yellow gold backs. The posts have been added with 18 karat gold, including 18 karat butterfly backs. These stylish earrings (conversion) probably date from the beginning of the 20th Century and have a strong Art Deco look. 


MEASUREMENTS – 14mm Diameter 




CARAT WEIGHT – Total weight 0.20ct (0.10 carats each earring)
CUT – Old European Cut  


MATERIALS – 18 Karat & 14 Karat Gold/Diamond/Mother of Pearl 


WEIGHT – 3.8g 


HALLMARK – 18 Karat Gold standard mark for Birmingham, but no date letter on the post. Stamped 14K on the back of the earring. 


CONDITION -  The gold is unblemished, the mother of pearl and white gold engine turning is in excellent condition. The posts are new additions so are in as new condition.  They sit flush to the ear and when worn seem as though they were always earrings. 

Early 20th Century 14 Karat Gold Mother of Pearl and Diamond Disc Earrings

  • 14mm Diameter 


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