Crafted with meticulous attention to detail, these earrings by the longest earrings witnessed in Greece during the 18th and 19th century, mostly in Epirus and Macedonia. Attached to woman’s headdress, they framed her face and neck, reaching her shoulders. They were usually decorated with agates, turquoises and corals which were sources of power and protected against evil spirits. Their imperial character, impressive length, as well as the harmonious relationship between their sound and movement relate them to the Byzantine grandeur, yet with a touch of baroque.
A breathtaking homage to the grandeur and opulence of 18th and 19th-century Greece. These earrings are a window into history, a revival of imperial character, and a celebration of the harmonious relationship between beauty, power, and protection. Experience the regal splendor of the past while making a striking statement in the present.
Metal: 24K Gold-plated Sterling Silver
Stones: Turquoise and Coral
Dimensions: 7x3 cm
Weight: 12 gr each earring
For pierced ears
- Each piece is unique, slight variations may occur
AENÁLIA is the first Greek brand that focuses on the contemporary revival of neo-Hellenic jewelry.
Designed and Made in Greece
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