Minimalist doesn't have to be boring. This listing is for 1 pair of shark tooth threader earrings.
This fun and beachy earrings is make with gold filled chain and natural sunrise shells.
Petite Hawaiian sunrise shells are 13-15mm in sizes. Earrings total length is approximately 3"
*** This earring can be customize in different gemstones or pearl. Please don't hesitate to contact me for more info.
Sunrise shells are an extremely rare and sacred shell, containing every color of the spectrum, but usually occur in yellow, orange, and red. They are one of the most treasured and colorful shell found on the beaches of Hawaii.
These shells were once the exclusive property of the Hawaiian royalty, truly a wondrous jewel of the sea. They get their name Sunrise shells because of their beautiful color, echoing the sky in a magnificent Hawaii sunrise. They are often found at first light on the beach, when they glow under the luminescent clouds.
Natural color peacock Tahitian pearls with gold vermeil Ruby.
Genuine Tahitian Cultured Pearls
Shape: Baroque drop
Size: 10 x 12mm
Luster: Very High Luster and thick nacre.
Surface: Generally very clean skin with natural .
Vermeil Ruby connectors are about 14 mm in size.
Earrings will arrive in gift box ready for gift giving.
Tahitian Black Pearls another popular member of the saltwater pearl family. Unlike the Akoya and South Sea saltwater pearls, Tahitian Black pearls are cultured in the black-lipped oyster (Pinctada margaritifera), the largest member of the pearl producing oyster family. The oyster itself is can grow to be up to 1 foot across and weighing in at over 10 pounds. The relatively large size of the oyster often results in much larger than average pearls, with sizes ranging from 8 to 14 mm.
Further, the pearls are unique because of their natural dark colors owing to their name “black.” However, the name is somewhat of a misnomer since most "black" Tahitian pearls are not actually black. Instead, the majority of the Tahitian Black pearls are gray, silver, charcoal, or shades similar those. Other popular but more colors are copper, pistachio, taupe, peacock, aubergine, steel gray, olive, and sea green. Tahitian pearls are often accentuated with a beautiful array of colorful overtones. Truly black pearls are extremely rare and are highly sought after in the world markets.