“AspiS” earrings, Maria Kaprili

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The Greek designer Maria Kaprili is a great connoisseur of jewelry. In a boho-chic style, she is often inspired by elements of her culture.

 

The figure-eight of the “AspiS” earrings is based on the shape of the shield dating from the 8th century BC. They are decorated with graphic motifs (characteristic of the period) in enamel and entirely “lined” with Ferrari-red paint.

 

14K gold

Enamel

Diamonds 0,09 carat

 

Related article:

Maria Kaprili: a legacy of motifs

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