Egyptian Revival Earrings with Lapis Cabochon in a Gold Finish
Immerse yourself in the captivating style of mid-19th century European jewelry with our Egyptian Revival Lapis Earrings. This exquisite piece takes inspiration from a necklace crafted in the renowned Castellani workshop, visited by Henry Walters in 1909.
Featuring genuine lapis cabochons and beads, these earrings capture the allure of ancient Egypt. Lapis, a stone associated with celestial origins and truth, holds deep significance in Egyptian culture. The original necklace that inspired this piece boasted gold craftsmanship and intricately carved gemstone cabochons.
Crafted with meticulous attention to detail, the earrings showcase lapis cabochons and are made of pewter with a stunning gold finish. Its overall length measures 1 1/2 inches, creating an elegant statement piece. To ensure a delightful gifting experience, this pendant comes packaged in a beautiful gift box.
Indulge in the timeless charm of Egyptian Revival jewelry and embrace the historical allure of the Castellani workshop with our stunning Lapis Pendant from the esteemed Walters Art Museum collection.