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Rustic Boho Dangle Earrings with Amethyst and Turquoise Gemstones



These rustic Boho dangle earrings feature textured pewter charms and genuine turquoise and amethyst stones. Deeply ridged fan-shaped pewter charms have a time worn blackened finish that is in stark contrast with the bright jewel tones of the accent stones. Set in dark gray antiqued patina sterling silver wire, these Bohemian earrings have a darkly romantic vibe. If you love purple and turquoise, then you will fall in love with these amethyst earrings, whether you're a dark mood romantic or not!

My rustic boho fan earrings details at a glance:

  • Handcrafted earrings for pierced ears
  • Sterling silver wire, real turquoise and amethyst gemstones, and artisan made pewter charms
  • Ear hooks are manufactured sterling silver lever backs hand finished to antique gray
  • Pewter charms crafted by Inviciti
  • 2.5 inches (63.5mm) long from the top of the leverback ear wires
  • Graceful tapering dangle is 0.75 inch (19mm) wide at the widest point

I adore the artisan jewelry components made by Inviciti on Etsy. In these Boho earrings they create a sensory feast: what you can see in the ancient relic inspired designs and the cast-in textures; what you feel in the pewter's satiny smooth and cool surface, and what you hear as they clink when worn. These pewter charms are a pyramid or fan shape. I topped them with a little stone stack of rustic-cut turquoise discs and amethyst stone chips. In a way, the dangle looks like an ancient Egyptian skirted figure with their waist at the intersection of the charm and the stones. Or perhaps all you see is a decorated fan in your favorite purple and turquoise colors? Either way, these richly colored earrings are a great little piece of art for your natural stone jewelry wardrobe.

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