Tucker Garnet Earrings
These restored Victorian earrings from the late 1800s are comprised of genuine Bohemian Garnet stones and screw-back clasps.
The word “Bohemian” derives from the region of Bohemia, a kingdom which later became Czechoslovakia. Garnet stones were thought to resemble pomegranate seeds - a fruit that represented prosperity and wealth in ancient times. Throughout the centuries, this region continued to produce gorgeous, deep red garnet gemstones - the prolific mining of the gems in the 1800s resulted in their appearance throughout late Victorian Era and turn-of-the-century jewelry.
All of our modern heirlooms are designed with elements mostly from the late 1800s - 1920s and the highest quality solid gold and gold-filled components. To learn more about different types of gold and composition, check out our Gold Jewelry Guide.
We make, design, and restore each piece of jewelry with the hope you will love and enjoy your modern heirlooms for many years to come. Check out our Jewelry Care Guide for tips on how to care for your pieces so they last a lifetime.
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