Fluid, sculptural and understated in their sophistication, these kAuge by Kothari Lighthouse earrings are a perfect option for every day. The smaller ring is covered in a surface of angular facets to reveal subtle shimmer and understated design. A larger circle is fixed beneath it to create an interesting composition of positive and negative space. Pair these with anything in your closet for an effortless, eclectic statement.
total length : 1 1/8"
sterling silver earring width : 5/8"
sterling silver ear wires
CALIFORNIA - The elemental symbol for gold is Au. It comes from the old Latin name for gold, aurum, which means ‘shining dawn’. The name kAuge comes from K=kothari, Au=gold, Ag=silver, E=elements.Ag is the chemical symbol for silver, which comes from argentum the Latin word for silver, which in turn derives from the Sanskit word argunas, which means shining. It is the most reflective element and has numerous uses from mirrors to microscopes. Kothari continues to create stunning jewelry in the ancient 5000 year old tradition of making silver for their new kAuge Collection.
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