|Size||2” long, with ½” x ¾” pendants|
|Material||Pewter and enamel with gold plates|
The centerpieces of these earrings are handcrafted in the style of stained glass. A frame is made from pewter, plated in gold, and then filled with a cold process enamel called plique a jour, which allows the light to come through like a stained glass window. The accents above the windows are cultured pearls. The Tiffany Screen jewelry collection is inspired by one of the most legendary objects of White House past: a screen of colored glass commissioned by President Chester A. Arthur from Louis Comfort Tiffany and installed in the Entrance Hall from 1882 to 1902.