12 Elegant Grape Style Dangle Earring Designs

Grape style dangle earrings are considered to be a timeless design. With variations ranging from white glass pearls to more colorful leaf bead bearing clusters, you can’t go wrong with any of these elegant dangle earring styles. Perfect for any season of the year, simply select any cut bead or color theme to create a new unique pair to wear. Be sure to check out the video at the bottom of this list to see Craft Minute’s tutorial on how to make grape style dangle earrings.

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1. Dark Amethyst Purple Grape Dangle Earrings

Dark Amethyst Purple Grape Dangle Earrings
These earrings are a perfect design that captures the Romantic Victorian Era. Designed using Amethyst purple gemstone crystals with green Czech crystal leaves, these earrings are constructed using antique brass findings and closed with leverback ear clasps.Hanging at almost 2 inches of length, they resemble a piece of fruit.

2. Purple Pearl Grape Cluster Earrings

Purple Pearl Grape Cluster Earrings
If you want earrings with a bit of a colorful pop that hang in a more bubbly fashion, check out these great purple pearl grape cluster earrings. Made with freshwater pearls and sterling silver findings, these earrings create a drop appeal measuring at 1 1/2in length. To add a bit of elegance, these earrings are assembled with ball pins at the tips of each attached bead.

3. Jade Beaded Grape Cluster Dangle Earrings

Jade Beaded Grape Cluster Dangle Earrings
Here is a less traditional pair of jade beaded grape cluster dangle earrings. They are constructed using green rondelle crystal beads and mountain jade. With a completed length of 2 inches, these earrings use a variety of coordinating colorful beads of similar shape to create beautiful clusters. The chain is constructed by attaching jump rings together, forming the links for the beads to hang from.

4. Red Grape Style Dangle Earring Clusters

Red Grape Style Dangle Earring Clusters
Created with a bold red color, these dangle earring clusters were constructed with red glass beads and finished with two ear post components. For added appeal, green glass leaf beads are attached at different points to make the design more realistic and fun. The completed length of these pieces are 2 1/4in.

5. Pearl Grape Cluster Earrings

Pearl Grape Cluster Earrings
Here is another great pair of grape cluster earrings that use the beautiful tone of purple and variety of style beads to create this unique pair. With amethyst bicone crystals and purple glass pearls, the top and bottom of these earrings are composed of clear crystal bicones and antique pewter rondelles. With ear posts for the attachment, these earrings are a completed length of 1 3/4in. This is a perfect example as to how you can add some variation to any grape dangle design.

6. Red and Silver Grape Dangle Earring Clusters

Red and Silver Grape Dangle Earring Clusters
Just because the earrings are labeled as grape dangles, doesn’t mean your beads have to always be round. Here is one example of a related style that uses a translucent red epoxy circle bead. Attached directly to chain in a similar fashion, you can create these hanging clusters. With a retro appeal and timeless design, these are the perfect pair for daily wear. Measured at 2 1/8in long without the added hoop finding, these are finished with sterling silver ear wires.

7. Antique Bronze Dangle Earrings

Antique Bronze Dangle Earrings
Get creative in this example of bronze dangle earrings. With a variation of green and purple czech glass beads, the bottom of this pair has copper twisted tube beads added on for fun. Almost 2 inches in completed length, it is easy to add your own unique variation to this style. The earwire and chain is made of antiqued brass finished alloy.

8. Green and Blue Cluster Dangle Grape Earrings

Green and Blue Cluster Dangle Grape Earrings
Take a look at these bright and fun green and blue cluster grape earring. With green glass drops and turquoise oval beads, this is just one way to create a summer style twist to the design. These earrings were made with sterling silver ear wires and a variety of headpins and ball pins for extra design appeal.

9. Natural Coral Red Grape Dangle Earrings

Natural Coral Red Grape Dangle Earrings
Add a little extra pop to your grape dangle earrings by using natural coral red as seen in this design. Attached with silver plated ball pins, these beads are not only organic, but add a modern twist to this timeless design. The set is completed with leverback ear hooks and attached to cable chain.

10. White Cluster Grape Dangle Earrings

White Cluster Grape Dangle Earrings
Nothing speaks more elegance than white. With gold chain and green glass leaf beads for accent, the clusters sit at a total length of 2 1/4in. Perfect for a wedding celebration or summer dress wear, these grape dangles are secured with earrings posts at the top.

11. Red Coral Chips Grape Earrings

Red Coral Chips Grape Earrings
This is the perfect design for semi precious stone or gemstone lovers. Using red coral chips, this pair of grape earrings use a completely unique cut of beads with similar construction to create these hanging dangles. Attached with brass findings, they sit at a total length of 2 inches and are secured with fish tail hooks.

12. Raspberry Beaded Grape Cluster Earrings

Raspberry Beaded Grape Cluster Earrings
With many more styles to choose from just these listed above, here is one more creative example of some raspberry beaded grape dangles that are constructed with czech glass beads and gold plated findings. Hung on gold ear wires, these clusters can be transformed to look like berries. A bit shorter in the end, the total length is just 1 3/8in compared to the average 2 inch length set.



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