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Olive Branch Earrings

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Medieval fruits and flowers thrive at The Cloisters, a branch of the Metropolitan Museum devoted to the art and architecture of the Middle Ages. More than 300 species of plants inhabit The Cloisters, including the evergreen Olea Europaea, or common olive, the historically prominent staple of Mediterranean life. As it does today, the olive provided medieval people with oil for cooking and fruit for consumption; the leaves were used to treat maladies such as high fevers. A delicate olive branch from The Cloisters has been reproduced to form the design of these glorious earrings. Length 3/4 in., width 3/4 in. Available in 24 kt. gold plate, or sterling silver with white cultured freshwater pearls. Pierced, with 14 kt. gold posts.

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