Schreiner 1950s White and Orange Earrings
Schreiner 1950s White and Orange Earrings
Schreiner 1950s White and Orange Earrings
Schreiner 1950s White and Orange Earrings
Schreiner 1950s White and Orange Earrings
Schreiner 1950s White and Orange Earrings
$225.00

Schreiner

Schreiner 1950s White and Orange Earrings

Very interesting pair of 1950s Schreiner New York clip-on earrings. They are made out of white glass stones and also orange glass stones which are set into very high prongs. They have a sort of 1950s space-age look to them. Schreiner jewelry is very collectible. ALl of the pieces are very finely made and have very creative designs. The earrings measure 1 1/8" in diameter and are signed 'Schreiner' on the backs of the clips. They are in good condition with slight signs of wear to the backs of the earrings. 

Harry Schreiner got his start in the 1940s by designing jewelry for Pauline Trigere, Norman Norell, and Christian Dior. In 1951 he founded his own firm. Schreiner’s signature was to reverse the setting of rhinestones (point side up instead of point side down). The pieces were never mass produced. Everything was made by hand. Schreiner produced some of the finest costume jewelry ever made and the pieces are highly sought after by collectors. Schreiner ceased operations in 1973.