Brand New Lapis & Sterling Frida Inspired Earrings

 

Beautiful deep blue, slightly purplish lapis bird earrings hand crafted out of Taxco, MX.  They are Frida Khalo inspired and created out of sterling silver.  Two love birds kissing a top a flower with a scroll type heart above their little heads.  Nice sturdy ear wire with clear soft plastic bakers for added security.  This is a new collection that I am thinking about bringing in to my store.  Shipped gift-wrapped and ready for their first owner.  

 

  • Solid Sterling Silver (tested)
  • Natural Lapis Lazuli Beads approx. 6mm
  • No Artisan Marks
  • Full Dangle Length at 1-3/4" inch
  • 5.45 grams total
  • c. 2020

 

Natural Lapis, NOT synthetic that is found in most new retail costume jewelry pieces. 

 

A stone of protection that may be worn to guard against psychic attacks, Lapis Lazuli quickly releases stress, bringing deep peace.  It brings harmony and deep inner self-knowledge.  Encourages self-awareness, allows self-expression and reveals inner truth, providing qualities of honesty, compassion and morality to the personality.  Stimulates objectivity, clarity and encourages creativity.  Lapis Lazuli assists to confront and speak one’s truth and inspires confidence.  It bonds relationships, aiding in expression of feelings and emotions.

 

Lapis Lazuli boosts the immune system, purifies blood, lowers blood pressure, cooling and soothing areas of inflammation.  It alleviates insomnia and vertigo, and overcomes depression.  Lapis Lazuli benefits the respiratory and nervous systems and the throat, vocal cords, and thyroid, cleanses organs, bone marrow and thymus.  

 

In Ancient Egypt, it was used in cosmetics for thousands of years. It was even said that Michelangelo used lapis lazuli in powder form for blue pigments to color the frescoes in his Sistine Chapel.

Brand New Lapis & Sterling Frida Inspired Earrings

SKU: NA-96
$65.00Price

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