These .925 Sterling Turquoise Post earrings are the perfect size and just the right amount of detail - a jewelry staple! Two, graduated .925 Sterling Silver twist wires embellish the Turquoise stones and are the perfect accent for what we call our Western Posts. They are available in the shop in many stones. Just a perfect little design ... why not spread the love.
Post earrings are a staple of any jewelry wardrobe. These posts are the quintessential turquoise studs -- gorgeous, natural, high-grade turquoise here -- AA American 8mm -- with a soft, almost robins egg blue color, and very little matrix. This time with a .925 Sterling Silver, graduated double twist wire. The added detail is something.
AA Turquoise - 8mm
.925 Sterling Silver
11mm Total Width
These earrings arrive with standard titanium clutches as well as larger, hypo-allergenic backs to hold firm on your ear -- no droop!
All traditional silversmithing is done in my Kensington, MD studio.
Turquoise is a very sacred stone used for centuries by the Native American's in all healing work. This is a stone of peace, serenity and tranquility. Increases protection, meditation energy, wisdom, balance, honest communication, strength, friendship and love. Shields the wearer from harmful influences, attracts friendship. In healing this stone connects the spiritual bodies with the other levels: the physical, emotional, and intellectual. It is said that turquoise will grow pale on a sickly person and recover its color when returned to a healthy person. Overlaps the heart and throat energy centers and connects the three upper and three lower chakras. Beneficial for the entire body, especially the respiratory and immune systems It is good for laryngitis and nervousness in speech can strengthen entire anatomy and helps improve all diseases. Color varies from Blue to Green.
All jewelry is handcrafted using natural gemstones which may vary very slightly piece to piece. There may be a slight variation due to computer screens as well but the best intention to depict accuracy has been used.
At Linda Blackbourn Jewelry, I've tried my best to describe everything as accurately as possible -- in words and photos. Gemstones vary, of course, as do computer monitor screens, so there may be minor discrepancies.
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