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Guatemalan Rose Earrings

$29.00 Sale Price:   $19.99

Price: $29.00 Sale Price:   $19.99

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Antigua Guatemala’s year-round springlike weather gives it the nickname “city of perpetual roses.” This nickname is the inspiration for our mid-century–inspired jewlery. A soft pink resin rose is paired with green onyx and aventurine beads, handcrafted by women living in Guatemala’s Maya highlands.


Handcrafted in Guatemala. 1 1/2"L.


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These earrings are beautiful!

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        These earrings are more lovely in person. The pictures cannot covey the perfection of each petal.

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