Brooches by Nan Kilgore
Earrings With Style
Example of Sterling Post:
Chinese Crested shown
(you can just see the Collector's
Number on the back of the earring)
We have a myriad variety of earrings that make it difficult to describe them all. We have three basic types to start with. Firstly, a 3/4 inch oval porcelain insert in a sterling setting post with no drop. The oval inserts in a variety of filigree settings with a small drop on gold-filled loops. Lastly, we have a number of various shaped porcelain earrings without a surrounding, hearts, ovals, rectangles, and fluted fans and shell shapes. We coordinate the drops with a special bead or stone. We also have loops with cabochons of semi-precious stones. The possibilities are endless! All earring are signed and come registered with a Collector's Number and a certificate of authenticity, protected in a little silken purse.
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Examples of Antique-Style Settings:
Canaan Dogs and Affenpinschers are shown
Here are a couple of examples of the 3/4 inch porcelain inserts in antique-style settings. Two different style setting are shown. We use a variety of glass and semi-precious stone and cloisonné beads to perfectly accent these miniature paintings. Notice the one pair, the beads are special handmade glass beads with little roses inside!
Examples of Porcelain Earrings:
Basenjis with carnelian cabochons
and Rex Cats with tiger eye cabochons are shown
There are truly endless possibilities with the free-form porcelain earrings. The examples shown here include the little heart-shaped porcelain and the very delicate feather-light hand-made porcelain lobes, they have a very art nouveau styling. These examples also display the loops with the cabochons. We are always developing new shapes for our porcelain drops so sometimes the best way to view the different styles is to browse our gallery. Earrings are signed and come registered with a Collector's Number and a certificate of authenticity, protected in a little silken purse.