Floral Chandelier Earrings(37 items)
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I had been eyeing these earrings for a while when they went out of stock. Luckily they became available again. These earring are GORGEOUS with exquisite details and craftsmanship. Well worth the wait!
These earrings are unreal, theyre so beautiful! Special enough for a bride! There was no photo of these on the model and no reviews; usually that means I dont even consider making a purchase. So I gambled on these. They far exceeded my expectations! This artisan has immense talent. Just breathtakingly gorgeous!
Love these large, lovely earrings. They are fairly heavy, so I only wear them for a couple of hours at a time--but when I do, I feel like a queen :-)
Mazahua Family Traditional Mexican Mazahua jewelry in sterling silver with gemstones
"It's very satisfying to make our culture known through our work and, in the process, we've also learned to appreciate it even more."
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Flower and Bird-Themed Sterling Silver Earrings from Mexico, "Love and Hope"$129.99
Reflecting the traditions of their country, the Mazahua Family of Mexico designs this pair of chandelier earrings. Crafted of sterling silver, each earring features floral and bird designs with elegant openwork. Sterling baubles dangle from the earrings.
Floral Heart-Shaped Sterling Silver Earrings from Mexico, "Heartfelt Blossom"$139.99
Four hearts of sterling silver accompany two gleaming hearts in a wonderful pair of dangle earrings by Mexico's Mazahua Family. Completed with petite baubles of sterling silver, these earrings add a loving touch to your outfit. A contrasting combination of finishes completes the accessory.
Mexico Antique Style Sterling Silver and Turquoise Earrings, "Love Doves"$219.99
Two sets of adorable birds come together in this lovely pair of earrings by Maria Belen Nilson. She works each bird with meticulous detail and combines them with a flower decorated with a small turquoise.
Born in Argentina, Maria Belen moved to Mexico as a young woman. After living all over the country, she moved to Taxco where she worked as an apprentice under some of the town's best-known masters. She now runs her own workshop where she creates pieces that honor the traditions of her adopted homeland.