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Gold plated labradorite and quartz dangle earrings, 'Golden Horn' - Golden Horn Labradorite and Quartz Dangle Earrings Curate

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Golden Horn - Golden Horn Labradorite and Quartz Dangle Earrings

Less than half a mile separates Europe from Asia at the narrowest point of... more

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Less than half a mile separates Europe from Asia at the narrowest point of Turkey’s Bosphorus strait. The Golden Horn is the name of an approximately 4-mile-long inlet whose harbor has sheltered boats for thousands of years, through four powerful empires. Its picturesque views have inspired painters, poets, and photographers—Leonardo da Vinci even designed a bridge for it in 1502. These elegant earrings are inspired by the colors of the sunset over the Golden Horn, and the style is adapted from Roman-era designs. Faceted red quartz and labradorite are framed in 22k gold, with a tiny crystal to catch the light.

  • 35 grams
  • 1.23 oz
  • Length: 5.1 cm L
  • Length: 2" L

  • 22k gold plated 925 sterling silver, quartz, labradorite
  • Color(s) may vary slightly
  • Hook earrings
  • High polish finish
  • Free Jewelry Packaging? Yes
  • Premium Jewelry Gift Box? No
  • Made in Turkey.
  • Ships fast from USA.
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"Beautiful earrings!"

The earrings are beautiful and a great buy.

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