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Erickson Beamon

'Swan Lake' Swarovski crystal glass pearl drop earrings

Product Code   501153650


Dangling with crescent drops, these cosmic-inspired Swan Lake earrings channel Erickson Beamon's inherent opulence with a vintage-oriented feel. Designed exclusively for Lane Crawford, this treasure-worthy piece preserves the technique of jewellery-making with precision-cut Swarovski crystals and an increased appreciation for retro elegance.

US$345

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Dangling with crescent drops, these cosmic-inspired Swan Lake earrings channel Erickson Beamon's inherent opulence with a vintage-oriented feel. Designed exclusively for Lane Crawford, this treasure-worthy piece preserves the technique of jewellery-making with precision-cut Swarovski crystals and an increased appreciation for retro elegance.
  • Lane Crawford exclusive
  • Bulletnut clutch post back fastening for pierced ears
  • Clear and opaque white multi-cut Swarovski crystals
  • White glass pearls
  • 24k gold-plated brass hardware
  • Due to the hand-finished nature of the fashion jewellery, each piece is unique and may have surface irregularities
  • 1: 100% Swarovski Crystal; 2: 100% Imitation Pearl; 3: 100% 24k Gold-plated Brass
  • One size only
  • Product measures: Drop 3.5cm

    Delivery service is available for this item, and is covered by our Return & Exchange Policy. The item must meet the requirements of “Sellable Condition” under our Terms and Conditions.

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