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Pearl chandelier earrings, 'Balinese Gong'

Item # 38848
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Diah Ayu melds Indonesia's musical and artistic traditions in the original design of these earrings. They are crafted with sterling silver in the shape of florid gongs. White shimmering pearls center the earrings, while dark iridescent pearls cascade at one end.

.925 rating silver. Made in Indonesia.

  • Hook earrings
  • 0.8" W x 2.2" L
  • Weight: 0.42 oz
  • Sterling silver and freshwater pearls
  • Offered in partnership with NOVICA, in association with National Geographic.

Ships directly from our partner office in Indonesia. Please allow 1.5 to 3 weeks for delivery. This item is not available for express shipping and cannot be delivered to PO Boxes or APO/FPO.

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Artisan: Diah Ayu

Artisan Diah Ayu

"My name is Diah Ayu and I'm from Jogja, in Central Java. I live in Bali with my husband and two daughters, Sarah and Sekar. They both like to paint and have been learning from a senior painter for almost four years.

"Art and jewelry aren't new things for me. When they were young, my great grandparents worked with diamond jewelry and my grandparents ran a cottage industry crafting batik textiles. I assume I got the art in my blood from them.

"I started to work seriously with silver the first year I lived in Bali, around 1995. The unique culture, charm, and beauty of this paradise island have become my never-ending source of inspiration. My main jewelry themes are flowers, animals, stars, the moon, sun, cultural symbols and other ornamentations. There are four people from my village who help me craft my designs.

"Designing and my family are my priorities in life. My family -- especially my husband -- gave their best support to what I've been doing and I am really thankful for having them in my life."

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