Turquoise and silver beads dangle earrings
The earrings are made of 6 barrel-shaped pieces of beautiful green turquoise and 2 cylidrical handmade silver pieces, stacked on a long silver stick and attached to a sterling silver hook.
Turquoise is one of the oldest protection amulets, and was also known as a symbol of wealth and nobility in many ancient cultures.
They can be combined with a matching turquoise and silver beads necklace and bracelet.
All silver parts are hand crafted in 98% Silver by Thai Karen hill-tribe artisans.
The Karen are a group of ethnic peoples who reside primarily in southern and southeastern Burma and in northern and north-eastern Thailand. Thai and Burmese hill tribes can be traced back to the 12th century when they are said to have originated from Tibet.
The product comes with traditional Thai packaging and includes tracking number for safer shipping.
By purchasing this product, you contribute directly to maintain and support local arts and crafts in Thailand.
Size: Length 55 mm
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