These French hook style earrings sway and move in a graceful manner. The many facets on the genuine amethyst bead sparkle as they catch the light.
Hand crafted in solid 18K gold with strong 20 gauge for a nice solid feel. All the jump rings and loops are soldered for security and I hammered the ear wires lightly so they will hold their shape and have spring.
The simplicity of the design highlights the natural beauty of the amethyst and the wearer.
These Minimalist style earrings capture the essence of the old adage "less is more".
Lovely style and color for ladies with silver, blond, or short hair, and for wearing with your hair up on a dressed up occasion.
Long, slim elegant styling is perfect for those who love a long dangle earring.
Please study the photos for how the curve of the ear wire narrows so a slight tug is needed to remove the earrings. I do this so they are more secure in your ears. But please do not sleep in this style of earring!
As always the earrings arrive in a pretty floral gift box as shown in the photos.
Amethyst is the birthstone for February. With these two beautifully matched and faceted 6mm round amethyst beads you are getting a lot more amethyst than the usual earrings with a set stone. The beads have a deep rich purple color and excellent clarity.
Want something even more dramatic? Message me if you want a pair that are even longer, or have more segments, or more beads.
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Ship items back to me within: 7 days of delivery
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Buyers are responsible for return shipping costs. If the item is not returned in its original condition, the buyer is responsible for any loss in value.
YES! And this is a VERY IMPORTANT question to be asking before you buy nowadays.
I try to include a total weight in grams for all the 24K items. If I have forgotten please just ask for the weight.
On every piece of jewelry I make there is a stamp indicating the karat gold from which it is made. If I stamp 24K, then the whole piece is solid 24K....same with items labeled 18K gold.
If the piece is of mixed metals, I try to be very clear with the description, and it will be stamped with both 24K and 18K.