Earring/Pendant Set - Green Green Pear Cut Beryl Earring & Pendant Matching Set 7.5ct
Alaskan Native crafted ivory and natural green beryl earring & pendant matching set.
Beautiful, one of a kind Native Alaskan made earrings and pendant set – although the same precious stones may be used in other earrings, no two sets will ever be exactly the same – your assurance of a unique collectable.
Very clean light green pear cut Beryl gems - earring gems sized 9.0mm x 7.0mm each. Pendant gem sized 12.0mm x 9.0mm, with a 18" Sterling Silver 925 chain necklace. Very nice deep green sparkle! Earring gems total weight minimum 2.5ct, total earring weight 21.5ct. with a size 26.0mm H x 9.8mm W x 6.33mm depth. Pendant total gem weight minimum 5.0ct, total pendant weight 22.89ct with a size 37.7mm H x 15.0mm x 7.48mm, with a 18" Sterling Silver 925 chain necklace. Very nice deep green sparkle!
Earring art set crafted by verified Alaskan Native Artist through the Silver Hand program, your assurance of authentic Native Art. Each set comes with Silver Hand tag bearing artist name, permit number and date created.
Additional gem information:
From www.geology.com, Beryl is a silicate mineral group is one of the most important gem minerals, and the gems are named by their color as emerald (green), aquamarine (greenish blue to blue), morganite (pink to orange), red beryl (red), heliodor (yellow to greenish yellow), maxixe (deep blue), goshenite (colorless), and green beryl (light green). On Mohs' scale of hardness, beryl ranks a hard 7.5 to 8. Beryl sources vary by gemstone. "Green beryl" is the name given to light green specimens of beryl that do not have a tone and saturation dark enough to merit the name "emerald." Some of this light green beryl is colored by iron and lacks the distinct green color associated with emerald. Some is colored by chromium or vanadium and does not have the proper hue, tone, and saturation to be called "emerald."
STATE OF ALASKA SILVER HAND PROGRAM TRADEMARK
The Silver Hand seal is protected under State of Alaska trademark statute and regulation. The seal may only be used by individuals (other than Silver Hand permit holders) or organizations with Alaska State Council on the Arts’ explicit permission. Courtesy Alaska Council of the Arts http://www.eed.state.ak.us/aksca/native.htm