ART 1960s Faux Pearl and Rhinestone Vintage Earrings

In a classic, elegant style and design, these earrings date from the 1960s and was made by the American ART company.

Condition Report:

Good - A little wear to the surface of the faux pearls consistent with age and use. This does not detract from the overall appeal of the earrings and is only visible upon very close inspection. 


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The Details...

These brushed silver tone metal earrings feature a circular design. They are detailed at the centre with a faux pearl cabochon and have clear, round rhinestone accents. The earrings are clip on and are signed - the reverse of each earrings is stamped with 'ART' and a copyright symbol. The earrings measure 3cm in diameter. To learn more about ART jewellery, visit our 'Designers' section.

All of our clip earrings are provided with removable pads for your comfort, should your require it. 

A Short History...

The popularity of the use of faux pearls within costume jewellery is undeniable. Between the 1920s and 1960s, they were enjoying a heyday, as they made pieces more affordable than rhinestone examples and were acceptable for daywear too. Famous costume jewellery brands, such as Chanel and Miriam Haskell, used faux pearls prolifically and many unsigned pieces were made using them to emulate their high end designs. 

Wear it With...

This earrings would look classic and elegant paired with an ivory satin bridal gown. 

  • Designer ART
  • Colour Silver, Pearl, Diamante
  • Era 1960s
  • Occasion Cocktail and Evening, Wedding Guest, Bridal, The Festive Season
  • Trend Perfect Pearl, Mid-Century Chic