Gothic Dragon Ear Cuff
Do you know the history of Ear Cuffs?
They were called by many other names in ancient cultures, but the most popular in Asia and the Middle-East was the ‘kaffa’. In India this piece of jewelry was usually quite elaborate and hence worn for weddings and festive occasions. Expensive ear cuffs were worn mainly by upper-class and/or wealthy women since they were usually made with precious metals and fine stones and designed with intricate patterns, while other women wore simpler and unadorned varieties. Large and heavy ones were considered a staple part of bridal sets; on the other hand, in certain regions like Kashmir and Maharashtra, ear cuffs were common even for daily wear. However, they largely fell out of fashion in India and other countries in the last century and were typically only worn for traditional occasions where ethnic dressing was compulsory. Read more at: https://www.utsavpedia.com/ethnic-innovations/accessories/ear-cuffs/
ABOUT THE GOTHIC DRAGON EAR CUFF ON THE GEEK LEAK
Metals Type: Zinc Alloy
Cuff Earring Color: Antique Bronze, Antique Silver, Black Gun