A delicate leaf flutters on your ear, in 24K plated sterling silver. With a faceted ruby teardrop dangle and a notched vein down the center, these elongated satin finish leaves are not ostentatious, but make a pretty and feminine statement. They hang 2.25″ which includes the ruby.
Khamsah is an Arabic word that means “five”, but also “the five fingers of the hand”. Used to protect against evil eye (a malicious stare believed to be able to cause illness, death or general unluckiness), decorated hamsas often contain an eye symbol. Our stylized necklaces feature gemstones in the hamsa shape: dark and colorful Ethopian opals, white opal cabachons, and brilliant rubies, each one edged with diamonds. They are even more beautiful that photos can portray. Choose your favorite stone/color and appreciate the symbolism of this unique talisman.
These striking Scarab beetle chandelier earrings with gemstone drops do justice to the symbology of this ancient bug. Along with embodying the concept of existence, development, and growth, the scarab was revered for representing the cycle of life and death: it was seen as a form of protection. The extraordinary bestial was therefore carved or molded into treasured accessories and amulets throughout centuries. Gold plated brass, 3″ long, 5 different gemstones available: