$8,200.00 Regular price

Eberhardt Hoop Earrings - Black

Inspired by the glimpses of fantastical beasts as told by voyagers of the past, these earrings trace back to that very first glance of a glassy eye, a ridged tail or slither of scales. Cabochon emeralds and enamel bring these sculptural earrings to life. These stunning earrings are bound to capture the imagination of those around you.

These earrings are named after Swiss author and explorer Isabelle Eberhardt. She moved to North Africa in 1897 where she converted to Islam and made Algeria her home. Interestingly, she dressed as a man and called herself Si Mahmoud Essadi to traverse the desert and have greater access into the Arabic society. Her annecdotes are documented in the Nouvelles Algériennes newspapers and others.

Materials
  • 18K Gold
  • Emeralds - 0.88ct total weight
  • White Diamonds - 0.55ct total weight
  • Enamel
Collection

The Voyager


Designed in Singapore
  • These earrings are 32.6mm in diameter
  • 3.3mm wide
Shipping

State Property offers complimentary express shipping on all orders. All taxes and duties beyond the Port of Departure (Singapore) will be paid for by the receiver.

Items that are in stock will be shipped within 2-3 days of your order. Upon dispatch, you will receive an email notification with an estimated delivery date as well as the shipment’s tracking number.

Items that are not in stock will take 6 to 8 weeks to be crafted, specially for you. You will receive an email notification once the order is completed and ready to be dispatched, together with an estimated delivery date and the shipment’s tracking number.

Returns

We do hope that you are always delighted with your State Property products. However, in the case that you are not, you may return the piece within 14 days of receiving it to exchange it or for store credit. Terms and conditions do apply.

Read more about our Returns Policy here

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