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One of the twelve labors of Heracles (Roman: Hercules) was to steal the golden apples of the Hesperides, nymphs who tended a garden near Mount Atlas. While these earrings are not apples (clearly, I hope!), the vibrant gold and red suggested the name to me, and I could not resist the mythology. I formed the main curve of Hesperides to mimic that of a lyre (a stringed instrument of yore) and carefully strung and wrapped the different focal crystals and stones. The briolette in the center is a fiery piece of faceted glass with red, white, and ochre streaks, and the stacked beads connecting the lyre to the earhook are smokey orange carnelian.
Size: 2" (5 cm)
Materials: gold tone wire and earhooks, carnelian, transparent beige and metallic brown faceted glass, red lace agate, orange agate, faceted glass briolette

Hesperides earrings gold wire-wrapped carnelian red lace agate faceted varigated glass

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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: gold tone wire, gold tone earhooks, carnelian, metallic brown faceted glass, clear beige faceted glass, red lace agate, golden agate, red white ochre faceted glass briolette
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 1 reviews
  • Favorited by: 6 people