Tea House Earrings in purple
Romanticized opium dens and Chinese tea ceremonies are the very sources of inspiration behind the Tea House Earrings. The courtesans who frequented these dens, and often performed the tea ceremonies, were known as the establishment’s ‘flowers’, and in turn for their services were gifted jewellery by their admirers.
Crafted in 18ct yellow gold vermeil and hand-carved amethyst, these delicate floral earrings look particularly pretty when paired with pastel tones, such as dusky pink and lavender. Whilst they come as standard in mother-of-pearl, onyx and lapis lazuli, (as well as amethyst) we always offer our clients the chance to customise. If you would like to purchase a pair of our Tea House Earrings in a different gemstone colour please email [email protected].
These earrings have featured in many publications, including The Telegraph newspaper.
- TEA HOUSE EARRINGS IN PURPLE
- Sterling silver
- 18ct gold vermeil
- Suitable for pierced ears only
- Available bespoke in sterling silver or solid gold
Each amethyst flower is hand-carved and may differ a little in appearance from that shown in the photograph