WhiteRock Wild Fire Jewelry Theme* (See description below).
Post earrings measure approximately 1-3/8" long and 1/4" at widest point.
This pair of earrings is a part of our exclusive WhiteRock collection, which is a stunning selection of incredibly designed jewelry. The jewelry is hand crafted out of genuine sterling silver and multicolor inlay using some of the best silversmiths and inlayers in the world. The stones used in every piece create some of the most excellent color combinations. Each is hand selected and is of the highest and best quality anywhere. The inlay in this pair of earrings is individually made and inlayed using stones which are hand cut and expertly set into place creating this absolutely amazing piece. This stone inlay combination is called Wild Fire* (See description below).The workmanship and detail are gorgeous! The inlay is gently placed, while thin silver lines accent in between for a marvelous finish. The earrings are stamped sterling and hallmarked.
Wild Fire Jewelry Theme:
*Wild Fire is a WhiteRock color scheme that is hand crafted using a specific combination of stones. The stone combination is made up of the following colors: blue, red, and opal. These colors are made using the highest grades of stones. Given the variety of colorations that are used in the WhiteRock collection and the rarity of the highest quality stones, keeping the colors of each scheme consistent with a certain high grade stone is a challenge. In order to have these color schemes consistently available, the following stones are used:
*Blue: The real stones that are used in different instances for blue are Sleeping Beauty Turquoise, Kingman Turquoise, and other high quality turquoise stones.
*Red: The real inlay that is used in different instances for red are Mediterranean Coral, Red Oyster Shell, and Carnelian.
*Opal: Blue or White manmade fiery opal.
Turquoise is the birthstone of December. It is believed that turquoise tends to bring good fortune, strength and helps overcome illness. Turquoise got its name from the Levantine traders called Turks who brought the stone to Europe from Persia via Turkey centuries ago. Native Americans have prized turquoise since the time of the Aztecs, who mined it in New Mexico. The natural variations that occur in turquoise are part of their appeal and beauty.
Most people know Opal for its distinctive play of color, it is semi-transparent solidified mineral composed of silicon and water, and it gets its name from the Latin word "Oplus" meaning precious stone. Opal is October's birthstone. It is believed to release self-consciousness allowing spontaneous action, and awakens one's psychic and mystical qualities.