These gorgeous earrings feature genuine black spinel gemstones hand wired to form a delicate pair of jewelry. Hoop in ear made from sterling silver 925 that dangles the lightweight gemstones. This pair of earrings sits beautifully with any look.
- Black Spinel gemstones 2x3 mm
- Karen hill tribe solid silver beads
- Sterling silver ear hoop
- Pair as shown
- More gemstone varieties available
BUYING AS A GIFT?
Each item is beautifully packaged in a letterbox friendly, hand stamped jewelry box made from 100% recycled paper. Orders can be sent directly to recipients by filling in their addresses at checkout. You can leave a message for the recipient at checkout and it will be included in the box.
About Black Spinel, the August birthstone
What does the Black spinel represent?
Spinel comes from the Latin word, “spina”, which means “spine” and describes the sharp, needle-like formations that create Spinel crystals. Most Spinels were originally mistaken for precious gems, such as Rubies and Sapphires. Black Spinel is a protective stone that repels negativity and grounds the user.
Black Spinel's Healing Properties
Black Spinel is a protective stone that repels negativity and grounds the user while evoking inspiration and empowerment, without overwhelming others. It is also thought to help one find calmness and let go of resentments to re-establish relationships and dispel sadness.
About the material:
******* Karen Hill Silver
Being between 99.5% and 99.9% pure silver, Karen silver has a higher silver content than Sterling silver. It's just the solder used to fuse the silver components together that makes up the last fractions of a percent. Consequently, it has a weight, bright satin colour, and feel, all of its own. Every piece is handmade and individual. The hand-hammered and chased details are wonderful and you can actually see evidence of each piece having been formed by the hands of a Karen craftsman. These pieces are not usually hallmarked in any way, but we can guarantee their origins.
******* STERLING SILVER is a mixture of pure silver and some other metal, usually copper. The resulting alloy gives the silver strength. The standard is at least 92.5% silver. Hence the .925 stamp you see on some sterling silver items.