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Vulcana French Wire Earrings with Diamond Eyes - 18k Gold
Vulcana French Wire Earrings with Diamond Eyes - 18k Gold
Vulcana French Wire Earrings with Diamond Eyes - 18k Gold
Vulcana French Wire Earrings with Diamond Eyes - 18k Gold
Vulcana French Wire Earrings with Diamond Eyes - 18k Gold

Anthony Lent

Vulcana French Wire Earrings with Diamond Eyes - 18k Gold

$2,769.00 Regular price $4,260.00

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MADE TO ORDER + custom items are always final sale.
• We recommend you verify you have the correct size before ordering.
• Please reach out to us with any questions, or if you have any questions, or need help with sizing.

18k Yellow Gold / Diamond (0.14ct) / 13mm x 22mm

Envisioned as a female counterpart to Vulcan, the Roman god of fire, volcanos, and metalworking, the lovely and enigmatic Vulcana took shape as gradually as the sculpture itself. Her face emerged from clay, with references to Botticelli’s “Birth of Venus” and in the Terry Gilliam film, “The Adventures of Baron Munchausen,” a Lent family favorite. Vulcana conveys all the power of hammer and forge, smoke and fire, but nevertheless retains the sense of humor Tony shares with Gilliam about the meanings and uses of art.

18k Yellow Gold / Diamond (0.14ct) / 13mm x 22mm

Envisioned as a female counterpart to Vulcan, the Roman god of fire, volcanos, and metalworking, the lovely and enigmatic Vulcana took shape as gradually as the sculpture itself. Her face emerged from clay, with references to Botticelli’s “Birth of Venus” and in the Terry Gilliam film, “The Adventures of Baron Munchausen,” a Lent family favorite. Vulcana conveys all the power of hammer and forge, smoke and fire, but nevertheless retains the sense of humor Tony shares with Gilliam about the meanings and uses of art.