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Peach Oregon sunstone stud earrings in sterling silver. These are 4mm rounds made with the Oregon state gem, mined here in my home state. I bought these directly from the mine owner. Yummy!

After I got my ears pierced, I went on a buying spree and purchased a ton of cute sparkly little post earrings. About six years later, only two pairs remain. What happened to all the others? They fell apart, peeled, turned green, and suffered other unattractive fates. Glues, plated metals, fake crystal “stones,” cheap enamels….they all degrade sooner rather than later.

Now that I make my own jewelry, I have decided to make stud earrings that are beautiful, high quality, and will stand the test of time. They will cost a little more, but they’ll outlast 10 pairs of cheapies.

There is absolutely no glue or epoxy used in these; soldered construction and stones set using traditional metalsmithing techniques equal lasting durability. These are sturdy prong settings, not flimsy “snap-in” settings which hold the stones in prongs so thin you can literally bend them with your fingernail.

Little Gems are made with solid sterling silver. They are also available in solid 14k yellow gold and 14k white gold by special order. Just contact me for a quote; I can also special order many gemstones if you don’t see what you are looking for.

Finally, I choose my stones with care. You will find no rhinestones, cubic zirconium, or lab grown stones in my work (unless you request them!), so you don’t need to scan the fine print for the “catch.” They are all real, selected knowledgeably from trusted vendors and represented honestly in my product descriptions.

Part of the thrill of a beautiful piece of jewelry is looking at the gem and marveling at the beauty produced by nature. Why waste your money on imitation gemstones when you can enjoy the beauty of the real thing?

Frequently asked questions about jetflair

Our sterling silver, platinum, and yellow gold alloys do not contain any nickel. Our white gold, however, does contain nickel and should be avoided by those with allergies.
We only work with precious metals; gold, platinum, palladium, and silver. Precious metals are formed into jewelry using casting and brazing techniques, while nontraditional metals are machined. We are not set up to do machining.
If you don't see the size you want in the gem you're looking for, drop us a line! We may well be able to order it for you :)
Absolutely! We're experts at suggesting different metal, stone, and design choices to bring a ring into the range of your budget. We can often shave hundreds or even thousands off the price of a ring by making certain changes, so don't hesitate to get in touch!
We usually can! We're happy to give you a quote. A word of warning; our custom and semi-custom rings have high fixed costs that are unfortunately not tied to raw materials cost, so the price may not drop as much as you'd hope.

We have found in most cases people are prone to save up a bit and get a ring in gold, rather than pay hundreds for a silver ring. That said, we have sold a number of beautiful custom silver rings to very happy clients!
All of our listings are for two earrings by default; we'd never pull a deceptive trick like only selling you one earring! No bamboozle.

When we offer singles for sale, that is noted prominently in the item title and the first part of the description so that you can't miss it.

Little Gems - 4mm Peach Oregon Sunstone - The Perfect Faceted Gemstone Stud Earrings


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  • Materials: oregon sunstone, sterling silver
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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