Genuine Amethyst Earrings - Recycled Sterling Silver Handcrafted Pierced Flower Studs - MJV Design .40 CTW February Birthstone Gem Jewelry
Beautiful handcrafted sterling silver genuine amethyst buttercup flower earrings! The flower style pierced post studs are made with recycled sterling silver, and come with matching earring backs. The scalloped flower petals have lovely detailed milgrain designs, and are set with genuine .52 CTW round faceted amethyst gemstones. A gorgeous pair of brand new genuine gemstone earrings, featuring February's birthstone!
These beautiful amethyst earrings will come in one of our luxurious red MJV earring boxes!
METAL / MATERIAL - Sterling silver earrings, sterling silver earring backs, 2 genuine amethysts, gift box
MARKINGS / HISTORY - Earring posts are stamped "925", earrings backs are marked "925", backside of earrings are stamped with "MJV" logo
These earrings were designed by Laura Mae & Amanda Jean, co-owners of Maejean Vintage, in 2018.
AMETHYST BIRTHSTONE - AMETHYST
Amethyst is the birthstone of February and is the 6th and 17th year anniversary gem. The beautiful purple gem was once as valuable as ruby and emerald, and was said to protect the wearer from drunkenness. Amethyst is the most valued quartz variety, and can be seen set in royal crown jewels!
MEASUREMENTS - Flowers: approx. 6 mm, Amethysts: approx. 4 mm each, Weight (both earrings): approx. .90 grams, Gemstone Weight: approx. .40 ctw
AUTHENTICITY - Each item in our shop has been hand-selected and inspected by a GIA Graduate Gemologist.
- These earrings are in stock and ready to ship in a beautiful gift box (refer to last photo).
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