Acorn Earrings

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Classical Greek themes in the oak leaf and acorn jewelry collection.

The acorn, symbolizing potential and strength, was adopted by the Vanderbilts as an emblem for their family.

The oak tree, an ancient symbol of wisdom and strength, was an attribute of the Greek god Zeus. Oak leaf wreaths made of gold were worn in processions and to formal gatherings.
Length: 1.25"

Materials: Pewter with gold finish & gold finish earwires.

Item #019461