Aquamarine Threader Earrings | Silver
3 left in stock
The name Aquamarine comes from the Latin ‘aqua marinus’ meaning ‘water of the sea’ which refers to the ocean-like colour of this crystal. Aquamarine can range in colour from pale blue, blue-green to a mid-blue.
Aquamarine attracts good luck, minimises travel delays and protects those who travel on or over water.
Aquamarine can also deflect unfair criticism or pettiness by calming tempers and the effects of over-judgmental people.
CHAKRA | throat
Tarnish resistant silver plated threader earrings. Pendants are approximately 1cm. Total drop length approximately 7cm.
*Accessories not included.
Your earrings will be intuitively chosen for you. The photos represent the size and quality that you can expect, however please note there will be slight variations due to the individuality of each piece.
✧ Handmade with love and positive intentions in our home studio in regional NSW, Australia ✧
All of my jewellery comes beautifully gift-wrapped in tissue paper and placed into a reusable, natural linen bag with one of my 100% cotton business cards (made out of t-shirt offcuts - how cool is that?!).
Apart from my branded tissue paper, re-usable linen bags & recycled cotton business cards, I do not purchase any wrapping products. I re-use all wrapping products from the wholesale orders I receive so as to limit the impact my business makes on our environment.
I do not provide a copy of your invoice with your order as I am conscious about reducing my carbon footprint.
• Standard Post: $10
• Express Post: $16
• Free Express Post for orders over $250
• Standard Shipping: $15
• Express Shipping: $30
^ Please note, our wood bowls are unavailable for shipping to New Zealand.
✧ All orders are sent ASAP; within 2 business days.
✧ Tracking numbers are sent to the email address provided by you at checkout.
✧ Do not wear your jewellery when bathing, swimming or exercising.
✧ Do not wear your jewellery while sleeping.
✧ Perfume and creams/lotions will react with your jewellery, causing discolouration and/or tarnishing.