Etruscan Revival Post Earrings

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Description

Etruscan Revival Post Earrings

These stylish earrings made of gold finished pewter, were adapted
from an 1858 Italian brooch designed by 19th-century Italian jeweler,
Fortunato Pio Castellani, who reproduced pieces created by ancient craftsmen, particularly the Etruscans. Today they are archived in the collection of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.
   
Post backs. Gift box included.

They are reflective of the splendid costume and jewelry designs featured in the Met’s spectacular production of Aida.

  • Roman
  • Gold finished pewter
  • Post backs
  • Gift Box included
     

History

Set against the epic backdrop of ancient Egypt, Giuseppe Verdi’s Aida (1871) is an intimate love story about one man and two women who get caught between their personal feelings and the fate of their nations. The great Triumphal Scene at the center of Act II ranks among opera’s most celebrated moments.
 

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