Fred Leighton - 1880s 14-karat Gold Enamel Earrings


Fred Leighton's drop earrings date back to the Grand Period of the Victorian era - jewelry during that era was often detailed with black enamel to create a somber effect, popularized by Queen Victoria when Prince Albert died. Crafted from 14-karat gold, this pair is accented with a lacquered motif and dangling beads that gently sway as you walk. We love it styled with a metallic evening gown.