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This pair of fossilized carved ivory earrings highlights an almost primordial design that is brought to life beautifully with ancient materials and Zealandia's signature silver filigree details.
Width 1/2" x Height 1 1/8" (approx)
Please allow 2 weeks for delivery.
The New Life earrings are inspired by the origins of life as we know it, a design based on the primordial image of the egg emerging or a seed beginning to germinate.
These walrus ivory earrings are more than a fashion statement. They carry with them an emblematic quality that makes them unforgettable. Their classic silhouette and neutral color will have you reaching for them again and again as they work so well with all your favorite looks.
These carved ivory earrings feature fossilized walrus tusk ivory as their focal point, a prized material some 500 to 3,000 years old. After the walrus tusk has lain in the earth for many centuries, it accretes a buttery cocoa hue. Erosion and the tides uncover this ivory once more and native peoples collect it for sale or trade. Fossilized walrus ivory is celebrated the world over for the unique contribution it makes to fine jewelry pieces and art works.
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