Art Deco Style Green agate earring

Art Deco Style Green Agate Earrings

Make a bold, graphic statement with a vintage edge in these striking, geometric earrings, designed by Chicago Marcasite Jewellery. Featuring rich green agate, sterling silver and glittering, semi-precious marcasite, these Art Deco-influenced green agate earrings channel the elegant, ornate glamour synonymous with 1920s style and “Great Gatsby” fashion.

Finished by master craftspeople, these statement earrings are made to last, linking striking green triangles of stunning green agate with a sterling silver setting, peppered with twinkling marcasite stones and fastened with a simple butterfly stud. Despite their bold look, these covetable earrings are brilliantly versatile, working wonderfully with an eclectic, everyday Bohemian style and looking utterly ravishing as part of a formal evening outfit.

For a truly captivating night-time look, pair these earrings with a simple, off the shoulder number in green, white or black and finish with a sleek updo.



Sterling Silver
Green Agate


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Sterling Silver naturally oxidizes when not worn for long periods. to maintain the new condition of this piece store in box or pouch provided

Polish your silver jewellery with a soft cloth. Like gold, silver is susceptible to damage by chlorine and you should avoid wearing silver jewellery when using chlorine or bleach.

As with all fine things in life, you should take care to protect your jewellery and always store in a jewellery box, taking care not to drop, or scratch.

We recommend removing all jewelry before going to bed. Exposure to harsh chemicals or environments may compromise the integrity of your jewelry, these include: perfume, cosmetics, chlorine, bleach, salt water, and silver or furniture polish.

Put jewellery on after applying makeup, perfume, and hair products in order to avoid any accidental contamination

Gemstone hardness is based on a standard called the Mohs scale, where the higher the Mohs scale number, the harder the stone; conversely, the lower the Mohs scale number, the more susceptible the stone is to scratching, chipping, and breaking. It is important to consider this when cleaning, wearing and storing your gemstone jewellery.

The build-up of hand cream, finger prints and general dirt is common amongst your most loved jewellery, and can easily be cleaned. As a rule of thumb, gemstones at 7 and above on the Mohs scale can be cleaned with warm water, a touch of mild detergent and a soft brush. For gemstones less than 7, swap the soft brush for a soft cloth.

Many gemstones are also susceptible to damage by chemicals, water and even sunlight, where prolonged exposure to the latter may cause them to become paler. Examples include amethyst, ametrine, aquamarine, aventurine, beryl, citrine, kunzite, rose and smoky quartz.

Some gemstones such as opal, pearl and turquoise are fairly porous and should not be immersed in water for too long.


The Designer

Chicago Marcasite Jewellery is an exciting collection of elegant, classical and romantic Marcasite jewellery in sterling silver hallmarked in Ireland. Designed with a distinctly Art Deco, 1920s vintage feel, you will find perfect pieces for the glamorous Vintage lover and everyday essentials for your retro jewellery collection. A timeless collection is inspired by 1920's Chicago, an era fondly remembered for incredible jazz music, sophisticated style and exquisite jewellery.