Vivien Leigh's Earrings from Caesar and Cleopatra

  • These striking earrings were worn by Vivien Leigh in the 1945 film Caesar and Cleopatra
  • Leigh was one of the leading actresses of the Golden Age of Hollywood
  • The earrings reflect both the opulence of the lavish production and that of Cleopatra herself
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Item No. 31-4887

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Cinematic glamour and drama are on full display with this beautiful pair of earrings once worn by Vivien Leigh in her role as Cleopatra in the 1945 British film, Caesar and Cleopatra. Known for her dozens of roles on stage and screen, Leigh was a major box office draw and two-time Academy Award winner for her iconic performances as Scarlett O'Hara in Gone with the Wind and Blanche DuBois in A Streetcar Named Desire. Overall, these earrings embody both Leigh's stardom and the excitement of the Golden Age of cinema.

Displaying intricate and striking goldwork, these earrings reflect the film's billing as one of the most lavish movies of all time. The movie cost more than one million pounds to produce, an incredible amount considering the austerity of the time in England; Caesar and Cleopatra began filming mere days after D-Day. No expense was spared, and these earrings represent the opulence of the production and that of Cleopatra herself.

Circa 1945

3" length
Vivien Leigh's Earrings from Caesar and Cleopatra
Period: 20th Century
Origin: America
Type: Earrings
Length: 3.0
Style: Retro
Vivien Leigh's Earrings from Caesar and Cleopatra
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