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earrings with moonstones

Dostawa: 7 dni

170.00 PLN

Subtle earrings with moonstones in milky shades combined with topazes and labradorites.

The pendants are made of a 14 carat gold alloy.

Moonstone exhibits the optical phenomenon Known as Adularescence, which causes the extraordinary glow on the surface of moonstone. The light moves across the stone much like moonlight would glide across a large body of calm water during a cloudless summer night. Known mining sites include Brazil, the United States, Madagascar, Sri Lanka and India.

The word Topaz originates from Topazos, which is a small island located in the Red Sea, where the Romans originally found this beautiful stone. This gem symbolises loyalty, constancy and faithfulness. It is mined in in Australia, Afghanistan, Brazil, the CIS, the United States and South-West Africa.

According to Inuit legend  once, while an Inuit warrior was wondering along the coast, he saw that some of the Northern Lights had been trapped in the rocks along the shore, with the swing of his mighty spear, he freed these lights and they went up to the sky. However some of the Aurora Borealis remained trapped in the stone, that stone was supposed to be the labradorite. Known labradorite mining sites include Canada, Madagascar and Finland.

Due to the fact that each pair of Elfjoy earrings is hand-made, as a single copy, made of natural stones, it may be slightly different from the one shown in the picture. This does not mean, however, that it will be any less charming.