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Rustic wrapped teardrop earrings- kyanite, iolite & topaz.

$148.00

Rustic wrapped teardrop earrings- kyanite, iolite & topaz.

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Rustic wrapped teardrop earrings- kyanite, iolite & topaz. Fine faceted roundels of pale blue topaz, lavender iolite and vivid blue kyanite are woven onto a solid sterling teardrop wrapped in fine sterling wire. Matching briolettes of the same dangle from the centerpiece.

All silver has been aged to a fine dark patina and then polished out to an antiqued satin finish.

Packaging and our general philosophy;

Your item will be delivered in a gift box, ready for spoiling yourself or a loved one. We use recycled materials whenever available and we cradle your item for shipping carefully in environmentally friendly, biodegradable packing. When purchasing supplies for our jewelry we support Fair Trade practices whenever possible.

All the silver is solid, we do not use silver plate in any of our jewelry. This artisan piece is crafted with the utmost care and the finest materials available. You will receive the exact piece pictured. Please contact us with any questions you may have, we'd love to hear from you.

Materials used in this piece;

Kyanite

Kyanite is commonly a deep blue, similar to sapphire, and for this reason is named from the Greek word kyanos for "dark blue." The stone also appears in lighter shades of icy blue as well as green and black, and more rarely, yellow, white or gray. Gem quality Kyanite deposits ar found in Mynmar (Burma), Brazil, Kenya, and the European Alps. Kyanite is an excellent gemstone for jewelry and needs no special care.

Topaz
Pure topaz is colorless and transparent but is usually tinted by impurities; typical topaz is wine, yellow, pale gray, reddish-orange, or blue brown. It can also be made white, pale green, blue, gold, pink (rare), reddish-yellow or opaque to transparent/translucent.Topaz is a hard and durable gemstone.

Iolite


The name "iolite" comes from the Greek word for violet. Another old name is dichroite, a Greek word meaning "two-colored rock", a reference to cordierite's strong pleochroism. It has also been called "water-sapphire" and "Vikings' Compass" because of its usefulness in determining the direction of the sun on overcast days, the Vikings having used it for this purpose This works by determining the direction of polarization of the sky overhead. Light scattered by air molecules is polarized, and the direction of the polarization is at right angles to a line to the sun, even when the sun's disk itself is obscured by dense fog or lies just below the horizon.

Topaz


Pure topaz is colorless and transparent but is usually tinted by impurities; typical topaz is wine, yellow, pale gray, reddish-orange, or blue brown. It can also be made white, pale green, blue, gold, pink (rare), reddish-yellow or opaque to transparent/translucent.Topaz is a hard and durable gemstone.

Silver

Sterling silver is sometimes stamped "925", meaning it is .925% pure silver. Silver is best cleaned gently with a jeweler's rouge cloth.



 

 

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Rustic wrapped teardrop earrings- kyanite, iolite & topaz.

Rustic wrapped teardrop earrings- kyanite, iolite & topaz.

Rustic wrapped teardrop earrings- kyanite, iolite & topaz.

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