Gemstone Chandelier Earrings(28 items)
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I like the shine, the stones selection and the design of these earrings. Love the sound they make when wearing them. Real pleasure.
beautiful quality craftmanship
Gold Plated Tourmaline Chandelier Earrings from Thailand, Majestic Domes They were out stock for Xmas. I waited a few months but when they came they were beautiful. I can see why it takes some time. There looks to be a lot of handiwork here and I can see you need to be meticulous in putting it together for the earrings to hang right. Excellent job.
Maria Belen Nilson Sterling silver jewelry
"I love this country, all of my designs are inspired by Mexico and Frida Kahlo. I really enjoy doing what I do, it comes from my deep love for Mexico, and for letting me be who I want to be."
We met in 2007. Over these years, I've been able to promote my jewelry in a different way. And I have met with artisans from all over the world.
I feel a huge passion for Mexican traditions and I really believe in the value of this wonderful art.... read more
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Rainbow Moonstone Cabochon Chandelier Earrings, "Raindrop Chandelier"
Ornately bezel-set cabochons of rainbow moonstone evoke the spirit of a warm spring rain in these earrings presented by Bali's Zayd Makarim. Hung from earring posts, the intricate chandeliers feature traditional Balinese swirls and silver granules or .
Sterling Silver Brown Obsidian Chandelier Earrings from Peru, "Universe in Brown"$94.99
Tiberio Gonzalez captures the depth of the universe in these elegant earrings. He handcrafts the pair from 925 sterling silver and decorates them with dark brown obsidian a half-moon shape, and dancing silver bead pendants.
925 Sterling Silver And Turquoise Earrings From Mexico, "Palomitas"
Two lovely doves come together below a flower with a turquoise center in this charming pair of earrings by Maria Belen Nilson. She works each bird with meticulous detail and adds movement with two hanging round turquoise stones and a teardrop-shaped silver charm. Born in Argentina, Maria Belen moved to Mexico as a young woman. After living all over the country, she moved to Taxco where she worked as an apprentice under some of the town's best-known masters. She now runs her own workshop where she creates pieces that honor the traditions of her adopted homeland.