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Fragments of ancient Roman glass has been excavated and made available for artisans to use in their own interpretation of ancient style jewelry. This pair of earrings is my take on ancient elegance. The beautiful light green glass has been paired with striking faceted labradorite stones in these pieces of captured time. The labradorite stones have flashes of blue chatoyancy that catch the light as the earrings dance on your ears. One piece of the glass has more irridescence than the other. Both pieces have the lovely patina that is uniquely found in excavated Roman Glass. The labradorite onion cut beads are enclosed within a sterling hoop, adorned with sterling beads and hammered wire dangles. These lightweight earrings are approximately 2 1/2" in length from the bottom of the sterling dangle charms to the top of the sterling earwires. All of the metal used in these earrings is sterling silver, some of which has been left in it's polished silvery state, while other parts have been oxidized to impart an aged patina to the metal. The effect is enchanting as the light catches the polished metal as it dances when worn.