Roman Glass Earrings • Medallion

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Wear a piece of history with these Roman glass medallion earrings. Roman glass is excavated from ancient sites in the Mediterranean. It's original form was most likely a vase or a jug. Over time, Roman glass develops a beautiful texture and patina. These pieces date back from about 100 BCE. The glass pieces on these earrings are necklace are wire wrapped together and woven with tiny pewter beads.

  • All metals are sterling silver. Earrings hang about 1".
  • Your design will come packaged with a Roman glass info card and will be shipped with a pair of rubber safety backs.
  • You can view our entire Roman Glass collection here.

Please allow 1-4 business days for us to process your order. We offer free First Class USPS domestic shipping on all orders over $50. We will email you a tracking number when your order ships. Don't forget, you can also upgrade to Priority Mail or Express for time sensitive purchases.

If you have any questions about your order, do not hesitate to call our studio at 504-507-0955.

Your purchase will be wrapped in our signature fleur de lis tissue and tucked inside a white organza pouch or wrapped with brown paper and strings (depending on the size). Additionally, we will include a gift card with a personalized message if you indicate so at checkout.

We care about the environment. In order to conserve materials and reduce our carbon footprint, don't be surprised if your purchase is packaged in a reused Amazon envelope, reused bubble mailer, or padded recycled grocery bag! 

Additionally, we are omitting paper receipts with your purchase. If you would like a paper receipt with your order, please drop us a line in the comments section upon checkout.

If you have any questions about your order, do not hesitate to call our studio at 504-507-0955.


Our artisan jewelry is made in small batches in our New Orleans Jewelry studio. With skilled craftmanship and meticulous attention to detail, each piece is wrapped, hammered and assembled to perfection.