The silver brass and gold used together in these earrings surly makes this pair practical, and easy to match with pieces you already have. It’s hard to argue with staple pieces that just make sense.
There is roughly 2 inches of delicious mixed metals in these light weight earrings. Two hand pounded Java brass rings drape the beautiful patina of an old Ethiopian silver prayer bead.
Hand pounded brass rings from Java. Onyx teardrops for stimulating the power of wise decision-making, for vanishing grief, and encouraging happiness and good fortune. Gold plated ear hook.
These earrings are two inches long from the top of the first loops to the bottom of the onyx teardrops. They are lightweight and can be easily worn on formal or casual occasions.
For evening wear or work wear you will not be disappointed by these elegant yet unique earrings. Sterling silver hooks delicately display teardrop shaped freshwater pearls sitting below silver Ottoman Empire pieces found on my trip through Turkey.
Protection Buddha sits with his right hand raised and facing outwards. This hand pose symbolises a shield. The pose can also represent a second meaning of overcoming fear. Normally, the Protection Buddha is sitting or standing with the left hand either extended out or the palm in the lap. Protection Buddha means courage and offers protection from fear, delusion and anger.
Brass Buddhas from Nepal. Brass Java rings. Antique silver rings and sterling ear hooks.
Diamonds are said to help the soul shine. They aid in spiritual evolution and remind you of your soul’s aspirations.
Diamonds purify and detoxify all of the body’s systems, rebalancing the metabolism, and building up stamina. They are said to help one manifest abundance in all areas of their life.
These pave diamond earrings are set in solid oxidized sterling silver. They provide just enough luster and the perfect amount of edge.
A moon to symbolize femininity.
A lighting bolt to encourage the strength for change.