• Blue Crystal Chandelier Beaded Earrings
  • Blue Crystal Chandelier Beaded Earrings
  • Blue Crystal Chandelier Beaded Earrings
  • Blue Crystal Chandelier Beaded Earrings

Blue Crystal Chandelier Beaded Earrings

$76.66

This dazzling set of handmade designer drop earrings will carry your outfit seamlessly from your daytime formal attire to your laid back evening outfit.

Description

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Description

These handmade designer drop earrings will charm their way into your stylish heart. 
Their Swarovski Crystal accents elegantly dazzle with your every move creating an alluring aesthetic. 
If you have a sensitivity to nickel, these stainless-steel earring hooks may provide you with comfortable wearability. Stainless – steel is generally considered a hypoallergenic metal for those with a sensitivity to nickel. 
The classic design of these charming handmade designer earrings create an excellent option for your day to night attire. They pair well with jeans and a tee-shirt and effortlessly stand out with your most formal ensemble.

The inspiration behind this piece

The enigmatic Louise Brooks was born in Cherryvale, Kansas, on November 14, 1906. She is known for her iconic bob hairstyle, seductive flapper style, alluring dance skills and for her many lovers. She is now regarded as a Jazz Age icon.
Before becoming an iconic film star, Louise Brooks was a professional dancer. At the age of 15, she began working with the Denishawn School of Dancing and Related Arts. Due to an outstanding conflict with a founder of the school, she was publicly dismissed in 1924. She was only 16. 
Soon after getting fired, Louise became a chorus girl and danced in George White’s Scandals and soon after she danced with the Ziegfield Follies.  
It was while working for the  Ziegfeld Follies that Louise captured the attention of the head of Paramount, Walter Wagner. In 1925 she received a five-year contract. Unfortunately, by 1929 she would become disillusioned and tired of the Hollywood scene and would choose to travel to Europe in pursuit of better roles instead of fulfilling her existing obligations. 
It was in Europe that the beauty made her mark as a Hollywood star. She worked with the prominent Australian Expressionist director G.W. Pabst on two films Pandora’s Box (1929) and Diary of A Lost Girl (1929). These were the films that really made her shine as a standout actress. In these films employed an acting method that was more subtle and less exaggerated. She describes her interpretation of acting as follows:  “[acting] does not consist of descriptive movement of face and body but in the movements of thought and soul transmitted in a kind of intense isolation.”
By December of 1929, she was back in New York, and while she received a number of roles, they were limited. Before departing to Europe, Louise Brooks had refused to complete work for the film he Canary Murder Case (1929) which placed her on a blacklist among Hollywood executives. She basically retired from film in 1938 after securing fewer and fewer roles.
Here is a short compilation of clips from her career:
While her stardom was short-lived, her legacy and iconic style transcend time. 
These handmade designer drop earrings sport a classic silhouette with dazzling Swarovski crystal accents that are sure to stand the test of time. 
Pair these with either the Marilyn Pearl Necklace or Lauren Ribbon Necklace and you are sure to create that classic flapper aesthetic. 

Materials

Hardware:

     – Stainless Steel Earring Hooks *

     – Gunmetal-Plated Findings

Beads:

     – Swarovski Crystal Beads

     – Seed Beads

     – Glass Beads

* If you have sensitive ears, please watch this video or read this article where I explore which metals are hypoallergenic. Stainless steel earring hooks may contain nickel, which is often the cause of irritation.

Measurements

Top to Bottom: 2.75 inches
Design Length: 2.50 inches

Care instructions

Brass pieces should be stored in airtight containers when not worn to minimize tarnishing. If a piece starts to lose it’s luster, clean it gently with a soft cloth, soap, and water.

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