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Kramer Cabochon Earrings

Carrie's Couture

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Product Information

Era:

Vintage; 1910-1950

Condition:

Excellent

Country of Origin:

USA

Materials:

rhodium/rhinestone

Size:

1.13" W x 0.75" H

Color/Finish:

blue

Why We Love This

Early 1950s rhodium-plated faux-sapphire cabochon and baguette paste clip back earrings. Marked "Kramer of N.Y."
As described by Carrie's Couture

Why We Love This

Early 1950s rhodium-plated faux-sapphire cabochon and baguette paste clip back earrings. Marked "Kramer of N.Y."

About Carrie's Couture

Carrie has a background in Art History and received her Master's in Art Business from Sotheby's Institute of Art. Before starting her own business, she worked in NYC for a store selling antique and vintage fine and costume jewelry. While Carrie handles a variety of jewelry from different time periods and makers, she specializes in pieces by Napier, Monet and Trifari. Her favorite time period is the 1980s, when costume jewelry stopped imitating fine jewelry and became more creative.