Solid 9ct Gold All About the Pearl Earrings
Solid 9ct Gold All About the Pearl Earrings Solid 9ct Gold All About the Pearl Earrings Solid 9ct Gold All About the Pearl Earrings Solid 9ct Gold All About the Pearl Earrings
€149

Weddings Are Optional, Pearl Earrings Are Essential… 

  • Created in 9ct gold
  • Staple freshwater pearl hooks
  • Just say “I do” to these pearl pair
  • Hallmarked in Dublin Castle
  • Bespoke Luxury Packaging Included

Why did Blacksmith 10 choose you?

Whether in the arts or crafts, whether a musician or an author, using their hands to create what their mind is directing is a talent that few of us possess. Style comes in many forms but  none better than raw talent. It’s purity and clarity is something that cannot be copied and recreated. It is as unique as it’s creator.

The Blacksmith style is uncompromising, unapologetic, individual and usually ahead of its time. 

Blacksmith 10 Earring Specifications

  • Precious Metal – Solid 9ct gold
  • Hook drop earrings with freshwater pearl endings
  • Earring size – 20mm drop
  • Pearl size – 8mm x 7mm
  • OG logo engraved
  • Hallmarked & authenticated by the Assay Office, Dublin Castle

 Why call it Blacksmith?

Forging creativity from their bare hands is why Blacksmith was chosen for the collections title. It is exactly what a Blacksmith wearer chooses to do best.

Calculated, practical and precise. Prepared to put in the hours and hours of preparation to make the finished piece perfect.

Why Oscar Graves loves it…

Essentials

Is there a more quintessential pair of pearl earrings than these Blacksmiths? Curved to accommodate that elegant drop, these beauties keep pearls not only relevant but seriously desirable.

Our best selling gold pearl earrings, need we say more.

The Oscar Graves Blacksmith Jewellery Collection

The Blacksmith Jewellery Collection, like all of the Oscar Graves 7 collections, originally evolves from the Blacksmith 14ct gold & silver ring design. ​

The 7 rings of Oscar Graves were the first jewellery pieces to be created by Pearse Curran, the creator of Oscar Graves.