- 24K gold overlay
- Blue and clear crystals
- Clean with damp cloth and dry with soft, clean cloth
- 5/8''L x 3/4''W
- Pierced, with stainless steel posts
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Nettie Rosenstein (American, 1890–1980) was a leading figure in the American fashion industry. She started her dressmaking business in 1916 from her home in New York City. By the 1920s, she employed 50 dressmakers and sold wholesale to such stores as Neiman Marcus and Bonwit Teller.
Rosenstein is remembered today for popularizing "the little black dress" and for her costume jewelry. Among her pieces in The Costume Institute is a 1950s jewelry set consisting of earrings and a brooch encrusted with glittering rhinestones. Our earrings celebrate the brilliance of Rosenstein's dazzling originals.
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