Manco-Capac Chandelier Earrings
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Beguile those around you with twinkling earrings from the heart of the ancient Incan empire! Named for Manco-Capac, the Incan God credited for choosing Cuzco's present location, our Manco-Capac Chandelier Earrings are simply dripping with elegance.
Choose a milky Andean Opal or smoky black Obsidian stone set in a teardrop shape dangling within a ropy, silver-plated frame. Delicate distended droplets of silver dangle beneath.
- Opal, obsidian, & silver-plated metal
- Sterling hoops
- 2.25" L x 1" W (5.7 cm x 2.54 cm)
- Handmade in and fair-trade imported from Peru
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October 2, 2014 - well made, good quality. A little big for my taste, but wear them with pride.
October 2, 2014 - Very pretty, but one of the earrings was broken when I received them so will have to repair it before I can wear them.
August 4, 2014 - The stones were lighter than those pictured as stated stones would vary in color, but love them! Was pleasantly surprised how light weight they are. I ordered both colors and love both.
June 29, 2014 - I purchased the Obsidian Earrings and I absolutely love them !!! I receive many compliments as well so it also gives me the opportunity to share info about the Greater Good Website & Store :))) Lightweight & so reasonably priced .... I may have to buy another pair :)))
March 22, 2014 - Stunning beyond belief for the price. The opals are each different, the color varies (mine are more yellowish blueish greenish, not blue), but the effect is so pretty with the twinkling silver dangles. I particularly like that both these and the Serpentine earrings LOOK "Peruvian"---the style and craftsmanship seem distinctive to the andean region. The lightness also is surprising and welcome! Enjoy!
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