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Marsh & Co. Jadeite and Blackened Steel Ear Clips
ABOUT THESE EARRINGS
Have you ever seen anything like them? We believe the answer is an emphatic "No!" Über-cool, these exotic clip earrings by the highly individualistic and exceptional San Francisco jeweler of yesteryear, Marsh & Company, will hold a unique place in your jewelry collection. Rendered in the jeweler's trademark blackened steel, with accents of white gold, these unconventional jewels are adorned with bezel-set with cabochons of Burmese jade at their base, while--in an intriguing twist--glossy jade teardrops swing from the tops. Marvelous little masterpieces for your lobes. Circa 1950. Accompanied by gemological reports from Stone Group Laboratory stating: Natural. No indications of polymers or dyes. Burma, origin. Hand fabricated, they measure just shy of 3/4 inch wide by slightly over 1-inch long.