MING'S Vintage STERLING Old IVORY Bamboo LEAF Earrings

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  • Item Category: Jewelry
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Aug 07,2007
  • Channel: Online Auction

We are pleased to offer this wonderful pair of hand-carved ivory leaf earrings made by Ming's of Honolulu, a premier jeweler. Each earring is finished with a sterling silver screw back that is marked Sterling Sterling . One of the earrings is marked Ming's Honolulu in black on the reverse and the other is marked Bamboo Double Leaf . These are wonderful retro earrings made circa 1940-1950. They would be perfect for the collector of Hawaiiana. Width: 5/18" wide Height: 1-1/4" In Excellent Condition with lovely patina and no damage. The dark spots you see in the center of each leaf are the spots w the sterling earring findings join the ivory leaves. Please note: These earrings are old and were made long before the ivory ban went into effect. USPS Domestic Priority Mail will be $6.00. CLICK ON OUR STORE LINK
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