Earrings “Lady Hamilton II” in white gold with diamonds and grey moonstone pampilles
Lady Hamilton was a tall, slender beauty with long, chestnut brown hair. In England at the end of the 18th century, she made it from poor backgrounds to noble circles and became famous throughout Europe through her love relationships with powerful men. Inspired by her slender grace, Brigitte Adolph created the jewellery series Lady Hamilton: delicate elements of leaves and flowers alternate and are complemented in the earrings by pampilles made of grey moonstone. Here and there a diamond may glitter and remind of the dazzling life of a coveted lover. The earrings are 5,7 cm long.