Solid 9ct Gold Grey Cat's Eye Earrings
Solid 9ct Gold Grey Cat's Eye Earrings Solid 9ct Gold Grey Cat's Eye Earrings Solid 9ct Gold Grey Cat's Eye Earrings Solid 9ct Gold Grey Cat's Eye Earrings

Looking for something different or looking for something special? No problem, let us introduce you to the Cuban 07 earring…  

  • Created in solid 9ct gold
  • In awe of the cool grey cat’s eye stone 
  • If only there was a necklace to match? Cuban 08 please…
  • Hallmarked in Dublin Castle
  • Bespoke Luxury Packaging Included

Why did Cuban 07 choose you?

Clever, sharp and clinical are just a few of the attributes the Cuban wearer has in their drawer. They resonate a calmness and astuteness that few possess. Top of their game in everything they do.

Their confidence comes from a background of commitment, discipline and inherit intelligence. A true encounter with a master, their style is tailored, precise and always enviable.   

Cuban 07 Earring Specifications

  • Precious Metal – Solid 9ct Gold
  • Hook drop earring
  • Square grey cat's eye stone centre in 9ct gold frame 
  • Earring size – 15mm drop
  • Stone size – 10mm x 10mm
  • OG logo engraved 
  • Hallmarked & authenticated by the Assay Office, Dublin Castle

Why call it The Cuban? 

The Cuban collection was called after Jose Raul Capablanca. He was world chess champion between 1921 – 1927. 

Born in Havana, Cuba 1888, he was renowned for his effortless style, speed and end game skill. Regarded by many chess lovers as the best chess player that ever lived.

Why Oscar Graves loves it…

Stone selection 

The grey cat’s eye stone is not a stone you see too often especially set into 9ct gold. The grey colour seems to constantly change shade depending on the light it finds itself in. 

By far the most unique and luxurious earrings in the Oscar collection. ​

The Oscar Graves Cuban Jewellery Collection

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

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