Rare Beautiful Pair of Vintage 1980s BAYANIHAN Sterling Silver & Lucite Earrings. This stunning pair of earrings was handmade around the 1980s b. Y renowned modernist designer W. Thomas Burns, who founded Bayanihan Jewelry in 1974 in Massachusetts. Burns had worked for the Peace Corps in the Philippines, and named his company "Bayanihan", which translates as "Working Together".Very good vintage condition with minor wear to the Lucite. Sterling Silver and clear Lucite, marked "Bayanihan" "925", measuring 2 1/4 long, weighing 7.2 grams per earring. Very unusual and stylish large pieces! We describe our items as accurately as possible but a picture is worth a thousand words, so please be sure to view all pictures since they are considered part of the description. Please read the written description for dimensions and weight. We acknowledge your right to return an item if you don't like it since you're only able to really tell once you can touch and see it in person.
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