Solid 9ct Gold Freshwater Pearl Tassel Drop Earrings
Solid 9ct Gold Freshwater Pearl Tassel Drop Earrings Solid 9ct Gold Freshwater Pearl Tassel Drop Earrings Solid 9ct Gold Freshwater Pearl Tassel Drop Earrings Solid 9ct Gold Freshwater Pearl Tassel Drop Earrings Solid 9ct Gold Freshwater Pearl Tassel Drop Earrings
€189

Tie the Knot in Tassels...

  • Created in solid 9ct gold
  • Pearls & Tantalising Tassels
  • We're hearing wedding bells with these beauties
  • Hallmarked in Dublin Castle
  • Bespoke Luxury Packaging Included

 

Why did Periphery 48 choose you?

High achievers, outliers and alternative souls. Conservative in manner with an underlying willingness to surprise and shock. A complex individual that possesses an unmatched empathy with people and their circumstances.

Their style can be very tailored and purposely toned down but will usually wear one piece that is particularly distinct. 


Periphery 48 Earring Specifications

  • Precious Metal – 9ct gold
  • Length: 45mm drop
  • White Rubover CZ Stud: 3mm
  • White Freshwater Pearl: 5mm
  • OG logo engraved
  • Hallmarked & authenticated by the Assay Office, Dublin Castle

 

Why call it Periphery?

Always on the outer limits, on the edge of things, never quite fitting in. These are the women that have always felt excluded. Whether warranted or not and usually always because of their very high intellect, just don’t nor neither want to tick the populist box.

Intellectually astute and unique individuals.

 

Why Oscar Graves loves it…

We can almost here the church bells with these beauties.  Perfect Fine Jewellery choice for any bride to be.

Would look stunning on a bride or anyone in her bridal party for that matter. 

Sashay down the aisle in your tassels and train. 

The Oscar Graves Periphery Jewellery Collection

The Periphery Jewellery Collection, like all of the Oscar Graves 7 collections, originally evolves from the Periphery sterling silver and diamond ring design. 

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