A pair of early Art Deco diamond pave set and onyx horse shoe earrings mounted in platinum, each with a 14 carat detachable asscher-cut diamond. Formerly worn as hair comb tops, the horse shoe, apotropaic and good luck, was one of the most sacred symbols in the ancient world. When turned upwards and crescent shaped, it represents the moon and moon goddesses and takes on the symbolism of the horns of power and protection. It is also a stylization of the Yoni-Sanscrit for womb.
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