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Georgian ruby and diamond Cupid earrings (circa 1780)

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eNum: 2616.COWE.0404

Very unusual pair of earrings made in England in the Georgian period, c1780-1800.
They are set in fine gold settings, silver fronted.
The are set in the centre with a pear-shaped ruby, surrounded by a single row of rose-cut diamonds in the shape of a heart, with a small ruby set above, and an arrow going through each earring.

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