I think you will agree that all of these earrings are unique. They're crafted from a variety of materials, including vintage buttons and ancient glass. Some of the earrings are set in vermeil, which is made by plating a metal with gold. Prices start at $68 and move upwards, with three under $100.
Wear a West African look with these gorgeous earrings. Fulani craftsmen handcraft the earrings using hammered brass that is plated with 24-karat gold. The hinged wires are made from 12-karat gold.
Ninety-year-old jade buttons, from the time of China's last emperor, are the focal point of these earrings. The buttons are bezel-set in 22-karat gold vermeil, with cultured freshwater pearls below them. Buttons may vary somewhat.
Ancient Roman glass, excavated in Israel, is used to craft these unique earrings. Glass possibly originated from a jug, wineglass or other vessel. Being in the ground for about 2,000 years has given each piece of glass an iridescent patina. Wires that encircle the glass are crafted from 22-karat gold vermeil.