FOSSILIZED WALRUS IVORY DRAGONFLY EARRINGS SILVER WITH PAUA AND 14KT GOLD FILL - DRAGONFLY II

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These dragonfly earrings from our popular silver dragonfly jewelry collection are a sketch in luxuriant natural materials and classic design—the perfect gift for any nature lover!

  • Fossilized walrus ivory beaded body
  • New Zealand paua shell center accent
  • Sterling silver and 14kt gold fill veined wings
  • Sterling silver setting
  • Sterling silver French hook ear wires

Matching earrings are available.

    This pendant measures approximately 1 1/4" wide x 1 1/8" tall (approx)

    This pendant comes on an 18" sterling silver 1.1 mm box chain with a lobster clasp.

    Please allow 10 days to 2 weeks for delivery. 

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    New Zealand paua shell was selected as a highlight for its peacock coloring and glossy polished luster. New Zealand paua comes from the inner lining of a type of abalone found only in Kiwi waters, and it is the design focal point in all our paua jewelry.

    The dragonflies' bodies are made from beaded fossilized walrus ivory, a 500 to 3,000 year old material that, like the dragonfly, has spent most of its life out of sight. Fossilized walrus ivory has lain buried underground for centuries, accreting its rich caramel to smoky cocoa hue. Native peoples gather it for carving, sale, and trade. It is an important cultural and indigenous economic resource.

    The fossilized ivory's variegated coloring and earthy appeal make it an ideal accent in these carved ivory earrings from our silver dragonfly jewelry collection.

     




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