Burle Marx Forma Livre Tourmaline Gold Earrings
These rare earrings features intricately carved tourmaline in the “forma livre” (free form) style. Haroldo Burle Marx was particularly known for their use of large Brazilian gemstones. The Forma Livre shape is often fashioned by carving or tumbling the gemstone, a technique invented by Haroldo Burle Marx in 1948. Bezel set in a brushed 18 karat gold setting. The tourmalines measure 17*15mm and the earrings are 24mm high 20.5mm wide.
Diamond descriptions and gemstone weights are approximate; Pampillonia carefully inspects all items for authenticity and defects. Subject to prior sale.
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ITEM NO. PF4077
You can order the Burle Marx Forma Livre Tourmaline Gold Earrings by calling us at 202-363-6305, 10:00am-5:30pm EST, Mon-Sat or by e-mailing email@example.com. Returns and exchanges are accepted within 10 days of delivery for a full refund less cost of return shipping for this item. Special orders and alteration are non refundable.
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