Green Grove Earrings

18ct yellow gold vermeil, verdigris brass and citrine leaf earrings
£400.00
Made to Order
Delivers in 4 weeks
Designer's Notes +

These beautiful floral earrings take their inspiration from the many avenues (or groves) of trees planted in Kent and Capability Brown’s landscaped gardens. Hand-crafted in England in brass and 18ct yellow gold vermeil, each leaf is carefully painted with verdigris solution to create the various verdant emerald-green tones you see in these earrings. At the centre sits a citrine orange cabochon set on a detachable stud, allowing you to wear the gemstone with or without its verdigris jacket. The verdigris jacket can also be worn with other stud earrings from your own personal jewellery collection, making it a truly versatile earring.

Bold and jewel-like, we think the Green Grove Earrings look spectacular when paired with any ensemble. They are extremely lightweight, making them ideal for day-to-night dressing. For maximum impact, wear with scraped back hair to really show off their statement design.

The Green Grove Earrings hail from our Once Upon a Time in My Secret Garden jewellery collection. Inspired by the landscaped gardens of William Kent and Capability Brown, the exotic menagerie’s of George Stubbs and Jacques-Laurent Agasse, and the writings of William Shakespeare, Phillip Pullman, Lewis Carrol and Frances Hodgson Burnett (amongst others), this collection aims to bring to life the weird and wonderful flowers and creatures that would reside in Tessa’s imagined garden.

  • GREEN GROVE EARRINGS
  • 18ct yellow gold vermeil
  • Sterling silver
  • Verdigris brass
  • Citrine
  • Suitable for pierced ears
  • Edition of 20
Please click here for information on how to care for your verdigris jewellery

Height: 34mm
Width: 51mm
Depth (excluding fittings): 10mm
Gemstone: 5x5mm cushion citrine

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