Hydrangea and Akoya Pearl Earringsive-ethgp
Beautifully rendered in pewter-toned sterling silver, these earrings have been meticulously crafted to echo the shape and form of a tiny hydrangea blossom. The miniature flower is adorned with a luminous gray akoya pearl that dangles freely beneath the blooming drop As casual or as dressy as you like, these are an interesting, effortless addition to any jewelry collection.
total length : 3/4"
oxidized silver hydrangea flower : 8mm x 8mm
gray akoya pearl drop : 3mm diameter
18K yellow gold ear wires
NEW YORK - From his small studio in New York state, John Iversen meticulously fabricates organically inspired, wearable art. Crafted to perfection, his inspiration not only comes from specimens of the natural world, but also in the metals he uses. Each vein in his hydrangeas is finely worked; the edges of his distinctive leaf pins ripple as though they are actually dried; his chain links are subtly textured to reveal the quality of the silver.
"All of my jewelry is about the secret which lies hidden in the materials I use. It wants to be discovered."
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