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o2 Cascade Earrings

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Available from: £127

These earrings are stunning. They are comprised of linked molten silver bubbles and hung with a pearl (peacock, pink or white) or a briolette cut stone (black spinel, purple amethyst, lemon quartz or blue aquamarine).

They are 10 cm long and have great movement.

Great for those who love statement jewellery.

 

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This collection was inspired by Erin's travels, snorkelling in beautiful reefs and being lucky enough to experience the amazing, underwater worlds around the coasts of Borneo, the Maldives, Egypt and Europe.

The molten texture is reminiscent of little silver bubbles which sparkle with ripples like the surface of the ocean. 

Because the molten texture is contiued from the Serendipity collection these two collections work together perfectly. 

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Diamond

Hardness 10 – Gemstone family-Diamond Diamonds are the hardest minerals on Earth, made purely of carbon. The name is from the Greek adamas – meaning “I take” or “I subdue” a reference to its superior hardness. It is reputed to endow the wearer with purity, love and joy. Traditionally the emblem of fearlessness, it is also symbolic of love. Found in many colours including colourless, yellow, pink, red, blue, brown, and black.

Natural fancy coloured diamonds are very rare, blue is one of the most desirable colours. The Hope Diamond, can be seen on display in the Smithsonian Museum, Washington, is one of the world's best examples. In recent years, methods of producing intensely coloured diamonds, including fancy blue, have been developed. The treatment, which only works with a small minority of diamonds, involves irradiating them to cause the colour change, usually followed by heat treatment to stabilise the colour.