This fun pair of enamel copper earrings is a bit of modernist art. The teal blue enamel with white slashes plays well with the slightly concave circle. These are screw back.
From the late 1940's to the mid-1960's Copper jewels were all the rage. From designer firms, Renoir and Matisse, to unsigned small studio artist pieces this trend produced fabulous wearable art. The colors of the enamels and the interesting designs make these pieces sought after collectibles.
Measurements: 1.03" across
Materials: Copper and Enamel.
Era: Circa 1940 - 60
Condition: Excellent Vintage Condition.