Hazel Smyth Jewelry

Earrings Small Kleck & Cabochon with Hermes & Cupid Intaglio

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-  Klecksography was a game that Hermann Rorschach played as a child in which children would make shapes out of ink on a blank page.  As a high school student, Rorschach was even nicknamed Kleck, which means “inkblot” in German.

-  Hermes is the messenger of the god and Cupid is his son, the god of love.

-  14k gold vermeil level plate

-  Sterling silver post

-  14k gold-filled large ear back

SKU 028939

-  Klecksography was a game that Hermann Rorschach played as a child in which children would make shapes out of ink on a blank page.  As a high school student, Rorschach was even nicknamed Kleck, which means “inkblot” in German.

-  Hermes is the messenger of the god and Cupid is his son, the god of love.

-  14k gold vermeil level plate

-  Sterling silver post

-  14k gold-filled large ear back

Hand Wash in Cold Water using Mild Detergent, Lay Flat to Dry or Dry Clean.

We recommend Woolite Fine Fabric Wash.