1930s Czechoslovakian glass earrings inspired by the Labyrinth

1930s Czechoslovakian glass earrings inspired by the Labyrinth

Regular price
$100.00
Sale price
$100.00

Materials: 1930s Czechoslovakian glass, metal of your choice via the dropdown menu.

These might be my favourite pair from this update.  The glass was made for the garment industry and I can just imagine seeing them stitched onto an evening jacket for a night out at the theatre.  They have a lovely shape and the light is magical when it hits them.  I'm never not inspired by the Labyrinth (a favourite childhood movie), these remind me of the crystal contact juggling balls David Bowie's character used in the movie.  They all have tiny surface imperfections as they're the best part of 90 years old.  I would never list and sell a pair I wouldn't wear myself and I consider their imperfections part of the charm of such beautiful old pieces.  You may want to skip these if you want a pristine, perfect pair.

These can be made to order in 9ct rose or yellow gold.  If you wish for a pair to be made in gold, please select the metal option from the dropdown menu and allow 7 days for your earrings to be made and shipped to you.

Size: 4.9cm from the top of hook to bottom of glass

Handmade in Betsy Blonde’s studio, amongst the trees in the Otways, Victoria