The design of our dramatic earrings is based on design by Peter Carl Fabergé (Russian, 1846–1920). One of Fabergé's masterpieces is a necklace and bracelet combination that Dr. Emanuel Nobel presented to his stepmother, Edla Nobel on the occasion of her fiftieth anniversary in 1912. The piece, which could be worn either as a necklace or two bracelets, is composed of fifteen links of platinum, rock crystal, and diamonds with an ice crystal motif flanking a diamond-bordered medallion.
Made expressly for the Metropolitan Museum in the United States.
Sterling silver, with crystals. Pierced, with sterling silver posts. 3/8'' diam.