Alexis Bittar

Gold Stone Studded Crumpled Drop Earrings

$245

Rendered in this season’s best muted hues with radiant, back-set crystals, these Alexis Bittar drop earrings were inspired by stories of archeological excavations. Their hammered, 10k gold plated finish is complemented by simple post-back closures. Match the gemstones to an understated blouse for a feminine spring look.

FEATURES

  • Gold Stone Studded Crumpled Drop Earrings
  • Post back
  • Back-set crystals
  • Imported

Shown here with: Figue Top, AG Jeans Pants, Sans-Arcidet Bag

MATERIAL & CARE

  • Composition: 10k gold plated brass, crystals

Product Size Measurements

  • Length: 1.5"
  • Weight: 0.4 Oz

Discover Brooklyn based designer, Alexis Bittar, whose signature jewelry creations embrace a bold aesthetic that straddles art and fashion. Alexis Bittar first launched his jewelry collection in the early 1990's. At age 22, Bittar began designing and crafting lucite and semi-precious jewelry, selling it on the streets of Soho. The bold designs quickly caught the eye of store buyers from world renowned museums, luxury department stores and high-end boutiques. Bittar was the recipient of the Council of Fashion Designers of America's Accessory Designer of the Year Award in 2010.

Rendered in this season’s best muted hues with radiant, back-set crystals, these Alexis Bittar drop earrings were inspired by stories of archeological excavations. Their hammered, 10k gold plated finish is complemented by simple post-back closures. Match the gemstones to an understated blouse for a feminine spring look.

FEATURES

  • Gold Stone Studded Crumpled Drop Earrings
  • Post back
  • Back-set crystals
  • Imported

MATERIAL & CARE

  • Composition: 10k gold plated brass, crystals

Product Measurements

  • Length: 1.5"
  • Weight: 0.4 Oz

Discover Brooklyn based designer, Alexis Bittar, whose signature jewelry creations embrace a bold aesthetic that straddles art and fashion. Alexis Bittar first launched his jewelry collection in the early 1990's. At age 22, Bittar began designing and crafting lucite and semi-precious jewelry, selling it on the streets of Soho. The bold designs quickly caught the eye of store buyers from world renowned museums, luxury department stores and high-end boutiques. Bittar was the recipient of the Council of Fashion Designers of America's Accessory Designer of the Year Award in 2010.