The cerulean blue, triangular, Art Deco glass drops featured in these earrings are an uncommon find.
They were made in the early 20th century when Art Deco was at the zenith of its popularity. Art Deco celebrates the egalitarian values of the generation of youth who came of age during the optimistic era between the first and second world wars. It was the era of the Flapper, liberated Jazz Age women who abandoned Victorian-era societal expectations and embraced manly pleasures like smoking and dancing in nightclubs.
We hope you’ll pair these beauties with your favorite dancing shoes and then go get your groove on.
In this piece:
Art Deco blue glass drops, hand-pressed in Czechoslovakia, circa 1930