Friday, April 28, 2017


White freshwater pearl and amethyst earrings




With these white freshwater pearl and amethyst earrings you can revoke the glamorous days of the aristocratic courts, their unforgettable masked balls and the mystery hidden behind  the curtains.
Their elegant allure makes you sparkle everywhere you go: dinners, spectacles, parties etc.


The earrings are made of:
- natural freshwater pearl, round bead, about 3mm - diameter;
- ancient filigree, flower pattern connector, 19x10mm/ 0.74x0.39inches;
- (Grade A) amethyst (natural) loose beads round, dark purple, about 6.0mm - diameter,
- gold plated open jump ring;
- gold plated ear wire hooks earring findings 18x18mm.

Overall length of the earrings (including the earwire) is almost 8 cm/ 3.14 inches and each weights 5grams.

Price: 27.30€ / 29.50$

Thank you for your visit.

All items are shipped in gift-boxes.

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Information about the gemstone:

Amethyst is a wonderful talisman for use in the creative arts, especially in darker shades. It assists endeavors where new, original results need to be created using tools and methods of the past. It is often used as the Artist’s Stone, the Composer’s Stone, the Inventor’s, Poet’s and Painter’s Stones. Keep an Amethyst crystal or cluster in the area to focus and amplify the creative elements of the Universal Life Force.

Called the “All-healer,” Amethyst is one of the most effective crystals for healing people, plants and animals. Natural unpolished Amethysts or geodes are particularly helpful placed where plants will not grow or animals refuse to sit. It also counteracts negative earth energies beneath buildings or anywhere that feels hostile.

Handmade Jewelry Care

Even the best-made, highest quality jewelry is delicate. If not handled properly, jewelry will break or become damaged. Handmade jewelry can be extra delicate, so a little extra care will allow it to last a lifetime.

Do not sleep, shower, bathe, swim, do dishes or household cleaning with chemicals. Tap, well, sea, and pool water all contain a variety of chemicals that can result in damage or excessive wear to metals and stones.

Do not exercise when wearing your jewelry. Sweat, tugging, pulling, and rough handling can result in broken links, wire, and thread.

Put your jewelry on after you have applied make-up, hair products, or perfumes. Repeated exposure to the chemicals in beauty products causes your jewelry to lose its sparkle and shine.

 If you have any questions or comments please feel free to contact me and I will be happy to answer back.