Stunning Alaskan Native crafted Cabochon cut from Australian Pilbara Jasper to make this unique earring set.
Beautiful, one of a kind Native Alaskan made earrings – although the same stunning cabochon stones may be used, no two sets will ever be exactly the same – your assurance of a exclusive collectable.
Very distinctive brown and black layered coloring! Cabochon total weight 1.25 ct, total earring weight 45.19ct. Size 49.57mm H X 12.17mm W X 5.84mm depth. Earrings set with sterling silver fish hook ear wires.
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.shoplc.com, from the Pilbara region of Western Australia this glamorous artistic-looking jasper has dark streaks of crimson gold chocolate and black layered across each other. Jasper comes in a boundless number of colors patterns and combinations. Jewelry featuring the Australian Pilbara jasper variety is a perfect choice when you want to vamp it up. Layers of rich earthy colors make this a great choice for cold weather fashion or a romantic evening out.
This iron-rich jasper has string-like layers reminiscent of modern art from masters like Picasso or Pollock. A form of metamorphic limestone this gemstone undergoes several transformations caused by heat and pressure during its creation resulting in its splendid layered effect. The stress this stone experiences during its formation only makes it more beautiful.
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