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Hooks, Pink, Freshwater Pearl, Enameled Hearts Silver Earrings

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How cute are these! Approximately 8mm Fresh Water Pearls, near round, with Pink Enameled Metal Hearts as Dangles. These swing from a lineup of Pink Bugle Beads and Silver Beads. Ear Wires are Silver Plated Surgical Steel for Happy Ears! The earrings are just over 3" long and very lightweight.

Item# E005
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FRESHWATER PEARLS: Pearls Historically symbolic of purity, innocence and faith, pearls enhance personal integrity and help clear the mind so that it can be a clean channel for wisdom and spiritual guidance. They were once thought to be the tears of gods. A pearl necklace worn four thousand years ago by the Persian queen Achemenid can still be admired today. The pearl jewelry of the Queen of Sheba has become legendary. It has been told that Cleopatra served wine with ground pearls in it to her more important guests. These Moon and Water ruled "gems" enhance sincerely, truth and loyalty. They bring centering and a calming reflection, as well as attune the wearer to the ebb and flow of life. They are told to give purity, promote faith, charity and integrity, especially personal integrity. Due to its watery and lunar elements, it is quite balancing for the emotions, especially to water signs.

The ancients believed that pearls were actually teardrops of the moon that had fallen from the heavens and into the seas, while being simply eaten by oysters. Ancient Greeks honored pearls because they had the ability to convey feelings of love; they then made them useful during their wedding celebrations. The ancient Romans also enjoyed the mysteries of pearl as being symbolic of prominence and prosperity, while the rich among them banned those less fortunate from being able to own pearls. They actually upholstered their furniture and beaded their clothing with pearls, so much so that when wearing their gowns of pearl, they tread upon them in the hems. Pearls help one connect with the Goddess, the ultimate feminine energy. They are absorbing by nature and because of this they must be used with caution. If feeling excessively negative while wearing a pearl, it will hold that energy until it is worn again. If used properly, it can lessen stress and it's resulting maladies, such as hypertension, headaches, and exhaustion. Chronic headaches and migraines may be alleviated or completely cured by wearing a pearl necklace directly on the skin. Pearls also help to reduce allergies. They are said to help in the treatment of stomachaches, colds, bronchitis and lung infections.

ENAMELED BEADS/DANGLES: First the bead is placed on a mandrel. Then it is enameled. Enameling is a process using a torch to melt a special powdered glass mix, using a specific repetitive process, which melts and adheres the special powdered glass mix to the bead. The bead is usually made of Fine or Sterling Silver, or Copper. The bead is then polished through an additional process with the torch, and then cooled. At that point it is ready to use.

SEED BEADS: Glassmakers make these tiny beads by drawing molten glass into long hollow tubes. The long tubes are cut into smaller sections called "canes." The canes cut into small tubes, which will become the final bead after reheating, tumbling, and constricting, or by other lapidary grinding methods.

Hooks, Pink, Freshwater Pearl, Enameled Hearts Silver Earrings

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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: silver plate, glass pearls, pewter, surgical steel
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  • Ships worldwide from United States
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