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Frankly, I'm torn between these two earrings. I can never decide which one I like best--the left or the right. I know the average observer would say they're one in the same. But let's be honest, they're totally different. That one on the left looks like an accidental tear, like something ripped right from your hand in the wind. And the one on the right, it makes me shiver. It's like a deep cutting tear, bursting forth from an angry rip to the heart. It's enough to give a person whiplash, turning from side to side in the mirror to take them both in.

At the end of the day, I guess I really don't have to decide which one I like the most. Instead, maybe that's just the point. I'm torn.

1/4" x 1" or 7mm x 25mm

On sterling silver fish hook findings.

The difference between fine silver and sterling silver is that fine silver is 99.9% pure silver. Sterling is only 92.5% silver with the remaining 7.5% being composed of other metals, usually copper. They look the same, wear & polish the same, but fine silver is more "pure" and is, therefore, more costly and often considered more desirable than sterling. Fine silver also uses recycled silver, so it is eco-friendly too!

Torn Earrings

$24.00 USD
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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: fine silver, 999 silver, silver clay, sterling silver
  • Feedback: 168 reviews
  • Ships worldwide from New Jersey, United States
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