Sodalite Dangle Earrings(56 items)
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I purchased both the pendant and earrings. Both are lovely and unique and I look forward to wearing them often.
19th Century, 2.7 long earrings are as pictured. The sodalite stone is blue with slight whitish markings that actually can only be seen close up.. The silver around the stone has a matte finish to set off the stone to good effect. The reminder of silver has a shine to reflect light. The contrast of the silver finish and design detail is what makes the 19th Century earrings stunning. Not bold, a refined eye catcher. Very slight weight. Happy with purchase.
Teodoro Melendez and Family Sterling silver and gemstone jewelry
"One of my most cherished moment was when I had a small workshop and my children, Carlos and Alicia, where with me while I was cutting gems by hand."
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