William DeLillo Earrings
William DeLillo Earrings. William De Lillo worked in the early 1960s for Miriam Haskell. In the late 60s he left Haskell to form his own company. He designed jewelry from that time and through the 1970s. The pieces were signed Wm deLillo. The earrings are clip on, with a tear drop shaped dangle. Consisting of a large tear drop cabochons in the center of the dangle, and a smaller bullet cabochons at the top clip. The dangle also has a ring of small faux pearls, and the outer edge of soft pastel colored rectangular stones of blue, pink and clear. The earrings measure about 3 inches long and about 2 inches wide.
DIAMETER: 3 in | HEIGHT: 2 in
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