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Sterling Silver Serenity Earrings

$140.00

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The Balinese artist who creates these sterling silver earrings says he’s inspired by architecture, and on this Indonesian island, that includes intricate carved wooden doors and moldings found at Buddhist temples. The curled designs on these sterling silver earrings are adapted from woodcarvings and evoke wisps of smoke or incense, which represents our hopes and prayers being carried to the heavens.


Handcrafted in Indonesia. Sterling silver. Approximately 2 5/8"L x 3/16"W.


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    This is an expensive pair of earrings for me, but I am so glad I bought them! The design, which is very intricate, is on both sides

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