Parianware Earrings Circa 1840s *
'Parian' is the name now used for a form of porcelain developed in England in the early 1840s. The porcelain body was made to have a resemblance to marble, and when first introduced it was heralded as an affordable way for people to bring into their homes smaller scale copies of the large marble statues and busts found in Stately Homes.
It's not every day you see white earrings, but now you know you need them. This pair features a parian grape bunch topped with a detailed leaf stud. A great match to any outfit and any collection.
Materials and Features: parian
Age/Origin: English, c.1840
Condition: Excellent condition.
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