Etruscan Revival Gold Earrings

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Antique Etruscan revival gold earrings designed as trumpet flowers and decorated with bead and wirework, each suspending three gold chains terminating in natural pearl drops.

French, ca. 1870, retailed by Luigi Casalta, Naples, Italy.
Length: 1 3/4 inches

The Neapolitan jeweler Luigi Casalta established his business in 1851 and supplied jewels to the Imperial Court of Austria, the Royal Court of Italy, and to H.R.H Princess Louise of Prussia. Revival jewels were his specialty.


These are available for purchase in our online shop and in our 745 Fifth Avenue galleries.

front view of gold Etruscan revival earrings, showing gold strands with pearl drops hanging from the center side view of gold and pearl Etruscan revival earrings view of gold Etruscan revival earrings in original retail box