CLEARANCE, Reduced 40%, Purple Statement Earrings, Lavender Amethyst, Violet Chalcedony, Semi Precious, Sterling Silver, Long Dangle 275

***CLEARANCE***  I'm excited about new design ideas popping into my head every day.  To reduce inventory and make room, I've reduced many items by 40%.  Visit the Clearance section to take advantage of the deals.

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At Prairie Ice, you will find exquisite wearable art made from natural stones, pearls, shells and crystals.  A dazzling alternative to common and mass produced, each unique treasure is designed and handcrafted with love by me in hopes it will be worn with love by you.  Rough or refined, bold or delicate, simple or downright luxurious, ready-made or a custom design made just for you, you'll find it all at Prairie Ice.

 

CLEARANCE, Reduced 40%, Purple Statement Earrings, Lavender Amethyst, Violet Chalcedony, Semi Precious, Sterling Silver, Long Dangle 275

$27.00

These purple statement earrings were made with luscious violet purple Chalcedony smooth teardrop gemstones and light purple/pink faceted Amethyst marquise gemstones. The genuine semi-precious stones are wire-wrapped in silver, suspended from a textured silver cable chain and solid sterling silver twist ear wires. The wonderful colours in these earrings are unique and eye-catching, and they are suitable for casual or more formal occasions. While they make a bold statement, they are lightweight and very comfy to wear. 

Length: 1.9"

All earrings come with tiny rubber stoppers that slip onto the back of the ear wires to invisibly keep them securely on your ears.

**Purple Amethyst is the stone of St. Valentine and faithful love. It carries the energy of fire, passion, creativity and spirituality, but also the logic of temperance and sobriety. Amethyst has been highly regarded throughout history for its stunning beauty and legendary powers to stimulate and soothe the mind and emotions. Considered semi-precious today, it was a precious stone worth as much as a diamond at times in history. It has always been associated with February, the month the Romans dedicated to Neptune, their water-god, and is the traditional birthstone of that month.