These earrings date from the first half of the 19th century around 1840/50.
In the center we see a bust of a lady, a young lady with reddish-blond hair, looking shyly over her shoulder.
The motif was painted by hand on porcelain.
The painted depiction is framed by a slightly wavy gold-colored frame, decorated with volute-like elements, which has beautiful engravings on the surface.
The modern gold-plated hoops ensure a high and, above all, secure wearing comfort.
The long and large earrings are finished in gold-plated brass.
The painted earrings are beautifully preserved.
Material: Gold-plated brass, hand-painted porcelain
Provenance: probably Germany 1840/50
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