Sterling Silver Waterfall Earrings(236 items)
Welcome to Novica's unique gallery of sterling silver waterfall earrings! Please enjoy our silver waterfall earrings below:
Featured Reviews on Sterling Silver Waterfall Earrings
Delicate and extremely well balanced.
These earrings are eye catching. I have gotten many compliments. They compliment just about any outfit and although they look delicate they are beautifully made and I dont worry about losing or breaking them. I love jewelry, but it can be chancy buying it; but not from Novica! I have purchased many items and love every single one. I know where I will be doing the majority of my Christmas shopping!
beautiful colors and perfectly crafted
I am in love with these earrings, they are perfectly crafted, the combination of colors is beautiful. These earrings are going to be my special boho party earrings. I especially love the story behind it. Thanks
Angels Silver jewelry
"I have observed my parents working in this field ever since I was little. They taught me how their beautiful silver jewelry pieces are designed and crafted."
"I've been surrounded by silver jewelry since I was a little girl. I grew up with those who cared for me often plaiting bracelets next to me while I... read more
Popular Sterling Silver Waterfall Earrings
Huichol White-Blue-Green-Violet Beadwork Waterfall Earrings, "Cool Arrowheads"$79.99
Long, slender earrings come to life in white. At the top, triangles in cool colors resemble arrowheads. Arrows belong to the shaman, or who is able to speak with the blue deer, brother of the Huichol people. Artisans from Mexico's Huichol Cultural Center craft their design by hand, meticulously placing each bead one by one. Faceted blue, turquoise, green and violet beads adorn their fringe cascade.
Huichol Honey Brown-Ivory-White Beadwork Waterfall Earrings, "Honey Arrowheads"$79.99
Long, slender earrings come to life in honey brown. At the top, triangles in white, tan and brown resemble arrowheads. Arrows belong to the shaman, or who is able to speak with the blue deer, brother of the Huichol people. Artisans from Mexico's Huichol Cultural Center craft their design by hand, meticulously placing each bead one by one. Faceted beads punctuate their fringe cascade.