Pont Julien Earrings
In the south-east of France, over the Calavan river, sits the mighty Pont Julien - a Roman bridge, dating to 3 B.C. Its massive sporting columns frame 3 arch openings. These columns were originally constructed to allow water flow underneath, while keeping the main road from Italy to the Roman Empire open and passable.
There is so much beauty in the construction of this bridge that was fully functional until recently, in 2005, when a new bridge was created so that the Pont Julien could be preserved.
These asymmetrical-style earrings celebrate the fascinating Roman architecture that is prevalent throughout Provence, and move and spin adding an element of surprise.
Pont Julien photos credit: https://joesretirementblog.blogspot.com/2015/03/pont-julien-julien-bridge-bonnieux.html
Measurements + Product Details
These handcrafted earrings measure 35mm in length, by 10mm at the widest point, for a total hang length of around 45mm. Rubber earring backs are included with these dangle/ear-wire style earrings.
At Kristen Baird® Jewelry, the sterling silver used is partially to fully recycled and the gemstones used are ethically sourced in line with our commitment to social responsibility. Each piece is handcrafted in our Savannah, GA based studio and stamped with a metal mark and maker's mark prior to delivery.
Our one-of-a-kind, handcrafted pieces may contain slight variances from the photos shown. These variances allow each piece to be unique and never take away from the quality of work or the complexity of design.
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