Peruvian Serpentine Chandelier Earrings
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Fresh from South America, this pair of earrings simply drips with elegance. Combining a beguiling mix of natural stone and polished silver surfaces, they're a lovely way to add an eye-catching accent to an outfit.
A creamy green serpentine teardrop dangles within a ropy, silver-plated frame, with dangles and droplets of silver beneath.
Earrings measures 2.25" L x 1" W (5.7 cm x 2.54 cm), and have sterling silver wire hoops for pierced ears. Handmade in and fair-trade imported from Peru.
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May 23, 2015 - I LOVE really long earrings and these are gorgeous! I love this style of earring with intricate wire-work and natural stones, and have quite a few pairs going back to the 80s. This is a lovely addition to my collection! Very happy!
September 3, 2014 - Gorgeous, these will get you tons of compliments. These move and refract light with lots of life! True, the serpentine stones are each a bit different, but I feel that adds to the charm. Love these.
July 25, 2014 - VERY PRETTY - much prettier in person & light weight enough for even sensitive ears!
July 25, 2014 - These are gorgeous. Wonderful craftsman ship and can't beat the price.
April 17, 2014 - Awesome! Really love them.
Artisan: Artisans in Peru
Legend states that the village of Chinchero -- high in the Andes Mountain range and overlooking the Sacred Valley of the ancient Inca civilization -- is the birthplace of the rainbow. This traditional Andean Indian village still clings to their cultural roots, filling their colorful market with crafts made with native materials and techniques passed down for centuries.
The remote and extreme geography of this region allowed crafts such as textiles to develop independently of outside influence, leading to ingenious innovations and wonderful techniques that make that their fabrics so unique. Using a mix of complex heading arrangements, intersecting warp weaves, and tubular weaves combined with spindle-spinning and centuries of know-how, every piece they create is a work of art and a little slice of history. Worldwide sales of their crafts helps create interest and raise awareness of this folk art, and of the many indigenous artisans who create them.
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