Pink raw tourmaline earrings with triangle tumbled tourmaline and white pearl, 925 sterling silver ear pins
48 mm/1.8 inch total drop length, with 25×8 mm mm triangles of semi-transparent pink raw tourmaline earrings. With a genuine freshwater pearl (0.2 inch/ 0.5 mm) surrounded by white shining Miyuki beads
The triangle drop earrings have been assembled by me using a 22 g silver plated wire. The ear pins are of sterling silver.
Since these are natural stones they can vary slightly in size and shape.
Very catchy and attractive silver dangles, in the colors pink and white
Check out more pink tourmaline jewelry in my shop.
Read more about tourmaline here
Tourmaline is classified as a semi-precious stone. The gemstone comes in a variety of colors, the most common of which are black and pink.
Pink Tourmaline reflects the Light of the heart and love, and is an excellent Heart Chakra crystal.
Pink Tourmaline is an extraordinary crystal for cleansing the emotional body of destructive feelings and old wounds accumulated over time. It releases guilt, worry, depression and anxieties, and guides those emotions into self-love. It helps the emotionally “numb” to recover passion and a zest for life, and helps the timid find the courage to love by changing old patterns of thinking and inspiring new trust in opening the heart. Pink Tourmaline stimulates happiness and joy, peace and relaxation.
Pink Tourmaline is an excellent Lovers stone.
In this jewelry piece, a genuine freshwater pearl has been used. This is a cultured pearl.
Cultured pearls are just as real as the natural variety. They grow inside the mollusk in exactly the same way. They are not imitation, and they are not fake. A cultured pearl necklace is as genuine as its natural cousin. The majority of cultured pearls available today derive from freshwater mussels and saltwater pearl oysters. Although all pearls develop in the same way, the cultured pearl requires some human assistance to get the process started. To do this, the pearl farmer inserts a small bead or section of mantle tissue under the mollusk’s shell. Nature then takes over. The animal begins to deposit layers of nacre around the irritating substance, slowly building up the cultured pearl. Cultured pearls so closely resemble the natural variety that experts often find it difficult to tell the two types apart. A final determination frequently requires the use of an X-ray to identify the initial irritant deep in the pearl’s interior.
The cultured pearls used in my jewelry originate mainly from freshwater mollusks. They are inexpensive so they have quite a few irregularities: size, shape etc.
Read more about different types of pearls here