Stalactite Emerald Earrings

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“The cave you fear to enter, holds the treasure you seek.”

Did you know that stalactites are formed through a process of slow accumulation? It starts with a single drop of mineral-rich water that forms on the roof of a cave. As each drop falls, it leaves behind a ring of calcite deposits. Over time, these rings build on each other, creating a column hanging from the ceiling known as a stalactite. The Earring captures the idea of moving forward and letting go of past fears, encouraging the wearer to live in the present with an open mind to new possibilities.

Emeralds have been revered for their beauty and spiritual power for over 6,000 years. They were sold in the markets of Babylon as early as 4,000 B.C. and were worshipped by the Incas. The Chaldeans believed that emeralds contained a goddess, and the ancient Egyptians saw them as symbols of eternal life. The Emerald mines in Upper Egypt, known as Cleopatra's mines for her love of the stone, are some of the oldest in the world. The gem has a long and rich history, making it a highly prized and respected gemstone.

Materials used per earring:

Metal 18kt Yellow Gold (2.1 grams)

Emerald Trapezoids with 1.11 carats

Length 2cm

Preserving the beauty of your genuine, high-quality jewelry involves a series of important care practices. Please consider the following recommendations to ensure its enduring allure:

  • Daily activities such as bathing, applying lotions or perfumes, engaging in physical exercise, or washing dishes require the removal of your jewelry to avoid potential harm.
  • To prevent any scratches or entanglements, it is advisable to place your jewelry on a soft, fabric-lined surface each night.
  • A gentle cleansing can be achieved by using a soft toothbrush paired with a mild soap solution, carefully cleaning the metal and diamonds to maintain their luster.
  • Ultrasonic cleaners should be avoided as they may compromise the structural integrity of your jewelry.
  • The cleaning of semi-precious stones and pearls should never involve harsh chemicals, abrasives, or solvents to prevent damage.
  • Exposure to alcohol and chlorine can cause lasting damage to precious metals and should be avoided.

Adhering to these care instructions will help safeguard the stories and beauty your jewelry holds, allowing it to continue being a cherished part of your life for years to come.



Click here to open the official GIA Guide on how to clean/treat the different types of gemstones.

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