Sterling Silver Pearl Earrings $60 to $100(182 items)
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A Celebrated Birthday Gift!
The beautiful earrings are just what my daughter wanted. Classic understated quality and artistry all in seven lovely pairs! Thank you!
2) now part of theBone/Silver Collection
The Queen of Plumeria absolutely stunning earrings , they match a pendant I had bought earlier. I am trying to complete the set. ( earrings,bracelets, pendant ).
Well-made stud earrings
Well-made stud earrings that will go with anything you might wear. Very pleased, and you will be, too.
Buana Handmade jewelry
"Since joining you in 2006, a lot has changed in my life. I now own a house… and this has been completely life-changing. One thing I can do to repay this is to give you my very best work."
My name is I Wayan Buana. I was born in Sukawati, Bali in 1974. My father was a civil servant while my mother was a food seller. I'm the oldest child of four children. I remember my childhood was so happy. My parents really loved and took care of their children well.... read more
Popular Sterling Silver Pearl Earrings $60 to $100
Pink Cultured Pearl Chandelier Earrings, "Trinity in Pink"
Cascading from ornate settings, cultured pink pearls symbolize a pure heart and mind. By Zayd Makarim, these earrings feature sterling silver motifs inspired by Buddha's depictions in Borobudur temple featuring tightly curled hair. The design arises from the artisan's own devout faith.
Celtic Pearl Earring, "Celtic Tradition"$69.95
In the heart of Dublin, designers at a family-owned jewelry studio draw on the backdrop of their ancient city, founded in the 8th century, to create classic designs that incorporate classic Celtic motifs. These rhodium plated sterling silver and cultured pearl earrings feature a classic Celtic trinity knot, also called the triquetra. Found in ancient Celtic texts like the Book of Kells, it has also become a symbol of the Christian holy trinity. In Celtic tradition, it symbolizes strength and unity-the knot itself has no beginning or end. It can represent past, present, and future, or the stages of a woman's life according to Celtic lore: young woman, mother, and grandmother.