Almost all of Verdura’s designs evoke a time gone by, when wealthy women wore important jewels and looked polished and, well, rich, even on daily errands.
These Byzantine Pendant Earclips would most likely be worn today for an evening engagement, but I could see them at an elegant 1940s ladies lunch, worn with a smart suit and turban and ladylike bag. Gloves, of course. (And proving that the aesthetic still lives, these can be found on the Verdura website under “gifts for her.” Yes, please.
They are made of white topaz and peridot set in 18k yellow gold, and sell for USD $10,950.