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Wrapped Pearl Vine and Buds Earrings

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Wrapped Pearl Vine and Buds Earrings

from 32.00

Small white pearls create little buds along twisted vines. Larger white pearls dangle below. These earrings are elegant, delicate and a unique take on classic white pearls. Measures 1 1/4". Leverback earwires. Sterling silver, which has been oxidized and hand polished for an antique finish.

Also available in bright silver or 14k gold fill.

About pearls: Throughout history, the pearl, with its warm inner glow and shimmering iridescence, has been one of the most highly prized and sought after gems. In ancient Rome, pearls were considered the ultimate symbol of wealth and social standing. The Greeks held the pearl in high esteem for both its unrivaled beauty and its association with love and marriage. Pearls are the birthstone for June.

What is a cultured pearl? An oyster or mollusk is artificially "seeded" with a tiny grain of sand or other object. The mollusk then excretes a coating to protect itself from the irritant. Several layers are accreted, creating a real pearl.

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Small white pearls create little buds along twisted vines. Larger white pearls dangle below. These earrings are elegant, delicate and a unique take on classic white pearls. Measures 1 1/4". Leverback earwires. Sterling silver, which has been oxidized and hand polished for an antique finish.

Also available in bright silver or 14k gold fill.

About pearls: Throughout history, the pearl, with its warm inner glow and shimmering iridescence, has been one of the most highly prized and sought after gems. In ancient Rome, pearls were considered the ultimate symbol of wealth and social standing. The Greeks held the pearl in high esteem for both its unrivaled beauty and its association with love and marriage. Pearls are the birthstone for June.

What is a cultured pearl? An oyster or mollusk is artificially "seeded" with a tiny grain of sand or other object. The mollusk then excretes a coating to protect itself from the irritant. Several layers are accreted, creating a real pearl.