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Bohemian Rustic Fused Silver, Roman Coin, Pearl and Mexican Fire Opal Dangle Earrings

Bohemian Rustic Fused Silver, Roman Coin, Pearl and Mexican Fire Opal Dangle Earrings

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Handmade primitive style earrings of sterling silver fused into organic stick shapes dangling from large lustrous pearls and grasping ancient Roman coins. Swinging freely below a glowing Mexican fire opals.

  • Materials:
    • sterling silver
    • pearl
    • Roman coin artifacts
    • Mexican fire opals
  • Dimensions:
    • pendant: 3 3/4" L x 1/2" W
    • earring: 4 1/2" L

Handmade bohemian-style long dangle earrings crafted from recycled sterling silver exhibit a unique and artistic design. The earrings feature a slender organic stick shape of fused silver, each with a unique and irregular texture, adding a touch of rustic charm to the overall design. At the top of the earrings, a large, lustrous pearl serves as a captivating focal point. The pearl, with its smooth and creamy surface, contrasts elegantly with the textured silver elements. Its placement adds a sense of sophistication to the bohemian aesthetic, blending classic and unconventional elements seamlessly. In the center of the earrings, an ancient Roman coin artifact sits snugly, lending a historical and cultural allure to the jewelry. The coin's aged appearance contribute to the overall vintage and eclectic feel of the earrings, making them conversation starters and pieces with a story to tell. The bottom of the earrings showcases the vivid beauty of Mexican fire opals. These gemstones, known for their fiery flashes of color, add a vibrant and exotic touch to the design. The opals sway delicately, catching and reflecting light with every movement, creating a mesmerizing visual display. The combination of disparate elements in these handmade earrings results in a harmonious blend of bohemian spirit, historical intrigue, and contemporary elegance. 

***Silver has beneficial and protective qualities. It reflects negativity from the wearer, and enhances patience and perseverance. It attracts and retains the energies of stones set in it.

***Pearls have long represented innocence and purity, and are known as the stone of sincerity. They enhance personal integrity and bring focus and balance, and to remove negative energy. Pearls align with the sixth third eye chakra, Ajna, which is the center of intuition, imagination, wisdom, and the ability to think and make decisions. They are the birth stone of Gemini and Cancer, and the month of June.

***Mexican fire opal is actually very different than the opal we are used to seeing. While an opal is usually opaque and milky, displaying an iridescent play of colors in every color of the rainbow, the Mexican fire opal is transparent to translucent, with a uniform red, orange, yellow, or brownish body color. Fire opals can come either with or without a play of color or fire. Iron content is what gives Mexican fire opals their orange color. Mexican fire opal is a protective stone that helps ignite inner strength and boosts self-confidene to aid in rising above difficult circumstances. It helps overcome inhibitions and express one's true self. It helps dispel fear and negativity and aid in emotional healing. Mexican fire opal enhances creativity and inspires new ideas. It is a stone of good luck and abundance. The Mexican fire opal is associated with the second sacral chakra, Svadhisthana, the center of creativity and sexuality, and the third solar plexus chakra, Manipura, which is the source of personal power. It is the birthstone of Aries, Leo, Libra, Pisces and Sagittarius, and the month of October.

***The Roman coins in these earrings are likely Quadrans. The quadrans, literally "quarter," was a bronze coin of low-value, worth one quarter of an as, another larger value coin. Unlike most Roman coins the quadrans did not bear the likeness of the emperor because of its small size. The quadrans was produced sporadically from the beginning of cast bronze coins during the Roman Republic until the time of Antoninus Pius (AD 138–161). 

>>>This information is intended for spiritual support only.<<<

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