Rough Diamond Cube Earrings

$375.00
About Details Inspiration

Diamonds naturally grow in this cubic shape, and we did what many ancient jewelers did to gems: very little.  Please note that these stones' color ranges from light green to orangey-green to dark grey, and we can't standardize the colors we get.  While your diamonds may not look exactly like the ones pictured here, know that we'll pair two similarly colored stones for you, and they will be gorgeous and unique.

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  • Age: contemporary.  Made by hand in New York City.  
  • Materials: 14k gold, diamond.  
  • Measurements:  Settings measure about 1/8" in length, width, and depth.  Each diamond measures about a quarter of a carat.
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People have set gems into precious metal for thousands of years.  In almost every museum's jewelry collection you can find simple ancient specimens in which metal surrounds a colored stone, holding it in place.  We used a pair of 1st century AD Roman earrings that we saw in the British Museum as a jumping-off point to develop these studs.   

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Allow 4-6 weeks for delivery of this piece, which will be built to your specifications.

About Details Inspiration

Diamonds naturally grow in this cubic shape, and we did what many ancient jewelers did to gems: very little.  Please note that these stones' color ranges from light green to orangey-green to dark grey, and we can't standardize the colors we get.  While your diamonds may not look exactly like the ones pictured here, know that we'll pair two similarly colored stones for you, and they will be gorgeous and unique.

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more

  • Age: contemporary.  Made by hand in New York City.  
  • Materials: 14k gold, diamond.  
  • Measurements:  Settings measure about 1/8" in length, width, and depth.  Each diamond measures about a quarter of a carat.
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more

People have set gems into precious metal for thousands of years.  In almost every museum's jewelry collection you can find simple ancient specimens in which metal surrounds a colored stone, holding it in place.  We used a pair of 1st century AD Roman earrings that we saw in the British Museum as a jumping-off point to develop these studs.   

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