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  • Peyton List as Jane Sterling wearing chandelier earrings decorated with rhinestones and pearls in the episode "Far Away Places" of the 2012 series "Mad Men."
    • American Movie Classics (AMC)

    Mad Men: Far Away Places

    2012

    Costume seen on Peyton List as Jane Sterling

  • Michaela Watkins as Connie wearing chandelier earrings decorated with rhinestones and pearls in the episode "The Best New Girl" of the 2014 series "Transparent."
    • Amazon Studios

    Transparent: The Best New Girl

    2014

    Costume seen on Michaela Watkins as Connie

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About the Costume

This pair of rhinestone chandelier earrings with triangle tear and simulated pearl dangles have been used at least twice. They made their first known appearance on Peyton List as Jane Sterling in the 2012 fifth season of AMC’s Mad Men. They appeared in the episode entitled Far Away Places.  They were seen again in 2014 in the Amazon original series Transparent, where they were worn on Michaela Watkins as Connie.

These earrings (as well as the original costume that accompanied them on Mad Men) recently went up for auction, as well as several other Mad Men costumes at Julien’s Auctions. You can see the listing here.

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About the Costume

This pair of rhinestone chandelier earrings with triangle tear and simulated pearl dangles have been used at least twice. They made their first known appearance on Peyton List as Jane Sterling in the 2012 fifth season of AMC’s Mad Men. They appeared in the episode entitled Far Away Places.  They were seen again in 2014 in the Amazon original series Transparent, where they were worn on Michaela Watkins as Connie.

These earrings (as well as the original costume that accompanied them on Mad Men) recently went up for auction, as well as several other Mad Men costumes at Julien’s Auctions. You can see the listing here.

This pair of rhinestone chandelier earrings with triangle tear and simulated pearl dangles have been used at least twice. They made their first known appearance on Peyton List as Jane Sterling in the 2012 fifth season of AMC’s Mad Men. They appeared in the episode entitled Far Away Places.  They were seen again in 2014 in the Amazon original series Transparent, where they were worn on Michaela Watkins as Connie.

These earrings (as well as the original costume that accompanied them on Mad Men) recently went up for auction, as well as several other Mad Men costumes at Julien’s Auctions. You can see the listing here.

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