|These handmade rock
quartz earrings are
amazing, but being the most inept person behind the camera, I can't
get a good picture. The beads are natural, clear quartz. Two
smooth round crystal quartz beads frame a larger faceted rock quartz
bead, and swinging below them is an amazing chubby, kite shaped
faceted rock quartz bead. All the beads catch the light, and the
facets throw off prisms of color. SO COOL! Hang about 1 5/8" below
sterling fleur de lis leverbacks.
||Bloodstone in three
different colors swing wire wrapped below Thai silver "pillows"
in these artisan earrings. The beads are pale green
w/red, dark green w/red, and kind of a blood red. Very cool combo.
||Tassels of sterling
silver Rolo chain swing below beautiful purple Russian Lepidiolite
in these earrings.
Sparkling flecks of mica add interest to the beads. Sterling silver.
1 5/8" drop below leverbacks.
|Nice chunky red/rust
colored sponge coral with a ribbon of silver twisting around it
create flirty, fun earrings.
3/4" long. SOLD (Can make
watermelon tourmaline! These earrings are very dainty with a total
1 1/8". The watermelon tourmaline slices are about .25" wide,
perfectly smooth, and amazing! They are connected to faceted
tourmaline rondelles by flat silver discs.
||The Hippie-Indian in
me showed up when I designed this pair of earrings. Beautiful smooth green and
pink tourmaline nuggets swing from silver rings looped through
velvety soft leather strips. Smooth green tourmaline beads connect
the collection to the earwire. 1.5" drop below hook. SOLD