Amethyst Tear

Amethyst and Cultured Pearl Earrings in Sterling Silver

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SKU: 270742
From Shanker, these contemporary earrings reveal the influence of classic Mughal art. Crowned by glowing cultured pearls, faceted amethysts total three carats, all embraced by sterling silver.
  • Sterling silver, cultured freshwater pearl, amethyst
  • 0 oz
  • 1.4 inches L x 0.3 inches W x 0.2 inches D
  • Made in India

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4 Reviews

  • 5
    I Love These!

    Posted by Christina on Jun 1st 2018

    These earrings are a lovely design and are just perfect in size. I know I will enjoy wearing them.

  • 5

    Posted by William on Mar 8th 2018

    Absolutely lovely, one of my favorites. Unique. Wonderfully designed.

  • 5

    Posted by Judy B. on Jul 15th 2016

    These earrings are absolutely beautiful! Not too long, not too short. Excellent craftmanship!

  • 5
    Can wear with many outfits using pearl and amethys

    Posted by Kitty on Jun 23rd 2016

    I have never been one to wear drop earrings, but these are dainty and go with my pixie haircut. I have really short hair, and I love these earrings. Do you make bracelets and necklaces to go with them?

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