Piece of the Week: Lydia Courteille’s Floral Earrings
They provide a happy glimpse of the season to come.
But the month holds so much promise of the season to come.
To channel that feeling of hope and to celebrate the coming warmer weather, opening buds, and longer days, we chose these floral earrings from Lydia Courteille for the Piece of the Week.
The designer’s jewelry creations are incomparable; she uses her designs and mediums to tell stories like no one else.
This particular pair of floral earrings from Courteille is the exact thing we need right now. They are bright and cheerful, featuring peridot, tsavorite, sapphire, and enamel in 18-karat gold (price upon request).
To see more of the designer’s pieces, visit LydiaCourteilleShop.com.
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