15 November 2017

My 10 favorite earrings

Earrings are my favorite piece of jewelry. Not studs though, those little motifs stuck on the ear lobe, but soft and mobile pendants that appear incredibly light. Like Irene Neuwirth’s hoops trimmed with pink opals, Belmacz’s long articulated rods in semi-precious stones, Dorette’s poissardes, or even Gabriella Kiss’s tiny sailing ships that enliven and capture the light’s fleeting glow. Precious suspended pieces only for the most daring.

  • Agathe Saint Girons at the Elsa Vanier Gallery - "Gribouillis" earrings made of titanium - €180

  • Au Vase de Delft - Vintage earrings made of gold and enamel - €3800

  • Irene Neuwirth - Earrings made of gold and pink opales - $4400

  • Belmacz - "Carl" earrings made of gold, lapis lazuli and Russian malachite - £3280

  • Lucie Houdkova - "Cocoons" earrings made of silver plastic tape - €80 © Petr Toman

  • Dorette at White Bird - Earrings made of gold, silver, tourmalines, coral and diamonds - €2900

  • Gabriella Kiss - "Clipper Ships" earrings made of gold, horn, briolettes and sapphires - $9000

  • Maya Jewelry - "Royal" 22-carat gold-plated earrings - $260

  • Nuun - "Swing" earrings made of gold and diamonds

  • Sian Evans - "Espejo" earrings made of gold-plated brass - £350

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