This single two-tone white and yellow gold earring was inspired by an Edwardian-era jabot or "cliquet" pin. On this style of brooch, two ornamented ends are separated by a hidden screw mechanism, so the pin part appears to pierce the wearer's clothes. Here, the arrow's shaft appears to penetrate your earlobe, just like it was shot through with great force. Wear the arrow with the point or the fletching facing forward. The screw mechanism minimizes the risk of loss by ensuring a tight, secure closure.
Age: contemporary. Made by hand in New York City.
Materials: 14k white gold set with 21 diamonds totaling about 1/5 carat
Measurements: arrow is 1 1/4" long when screwed closed.