When you are looking for playful glass jewelry styles that make a statement; this type of jewelry has been around since as early as the 9th century in Italy.
Playful Glass Jewelry Styles
In the 9th century, many glass beads came from Rome, Venice, and other nearby countries. Additionally, much lampwork-style jewelry was often known as Murano.
Also, glass beads were used in making bracelets, earrings, and necklaces.
Hand Blown Murano Glass Pendant
So, this hand-blown Murano glass Pendant features glass in shades of blue-green and greenish-blue on a 14k yellow gold bead chain.
Of course, many collectors comb the beaches looking for glass that ends up in the ocean and sand. In addition, this process can create a frosted type of surface with smooth edges. Moreover, the most common colors are amber, clear, and green.
Because glass jewelry tends to look sophisticated; you can wear this for any type of occasion.
Button Style Earrings
When you are looking for a style that makes a fashion statement; these purple and green Button Style Glass Earrings are ideal.
From the Designer, MH; these Earrings feature 2 round purple cabochon glass buttons surrounded by fancy green cabochon glass in a 14k yellow gold clip post setting.
Estate Glass & Diamond Earrings
From our Estate collection, this unique Earring style features green and red glass with 20 round Diamonds in a 14k yellow gold clip.
Long Chain with Semi-Precious Stones
When it comes to playful glass jewelry, this type of jewelry can be worn to accent any outfit. For instance, this rare early to mid-1800s Chain features:
- 3 purple Amethyst gemstones
- 1 Cabochon Garnet gemstone
- 1 Cabochon rock Crystal gemstone
- 3 rock colorless Crystal gemstones
- 2 Glass stones in blue, and orange1
Wear this 40-inch chain doubled up and layered with other necklaces. Check out our Layer and Style your Necklaces post for some options.