Alaskan Native crafted ivory with pear cut natural green Beryl as center stones of this stunning earring set.
Beautiful, one of a kind Native Alaskan made earrings – although the same precious stones may be used, 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 9.0 mm x 7.0 mm each. Very nice bright green sparkle! Gems total weight 2.86 ct, total earring weight 17.71 ct. Size 17.84 mm H x 15.13 mm W x 4.38 mm depth. Earrings set with sterling silver fish hook ear wires (will include a pair of stainless steel ear wires for those sensitive to silver).
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.
From www.jtv, Beryl is a silicate mineral group with several varieties of gemstones, including well-known gems like emerald, aquamarine, and morganite, as well as more exotic gems like bixbite, heliodor, and goshenite. Beryls come in a wide variety of colors including greens (emerald), blues (aquamarine), yellows (heliodor), reds (bixbite), pinks (morganite), and colorless (goshenite). On Mohs' scale of hardness, beryl ranks a hard 7.5 to 8. Beryl sources vary by gemstone.
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