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Rosarita and Sterling OOAK Earrings

Rosarita and Sterling OOAK Earrings


Beautiful deep red, smooth rosarita stones create the focals for these beautiful one-of-a-kind earrings.  Set in sterling silver, these rosaritas are a beautiful deep, rich red.  The settings have been given a patina and then lovingly finished to a warm, semi-matte finish.  Truly one of a kind.  


Rosarita is the by-product from the gold refining process, and comes in many shades of red, yellow and orange, with the most prized being the gemmy type of deep red, clear stones just like these.  They shine from the inside out!


The dangles are suspended from my handmade earwires, made of Argentium Silver (think Sterling Silver, but with a higher silver content to the alloy - less tarnish and less possible metal allergies).  They are substantial and sturdy, but extremely lightweight.  


The overall length from lobe to the bottom of the earring is almost than 1.75", with the rosaritas themselves being substantial stones, but I think they are just the right size - just about 3/4" long and a wee bit less than 1/2" wide.  These earrings will really get noticed, but they are lightweight!!!  


All of my jewelry is made, one at a time, in my northern Michigan studio using timeless methods of hand crafting with sterling and stone.   Your new piece comes packaged in a handmade cloth pouch, suitable for gifting. I hope you truly love your new jewelry!!

  • Care Instructions

    Caring for your new jewelry is easy.  The best way to care for it, is to wear it!!  Jewelry that is worn tarnishes more slowly, so wear and enjoy.

    Should you notice a bit of tarnish, you may use a Sunshine Cloth or any other dry polish cloths.  Please avoid any pastes or liquids when polishing.  If you have a piece with stones, please note that anything liquid or paste may harm the stones or discolor them.  

    If trying to sanitize, sterling silver jewelry may be wiped gently with alcohol.  Avoid rubbing alcohol on the stones - I can't guarantee the results.  Please also avoid using bleach on sterling silver, as it will turn black.  If it does, a polish with a Sunshine cloth will have it good as new!!

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