Mia Small Arizona Turquoise Silver Earring Charms
With rich, regal turquoise in a petal-like pear shape, the moonstone-accented Mia Small Silver Charms bloom with any of our hoops and mix well with other styles.
Hoops and charms are sold separately. PICK YOUR HOOPS HERE.
Nina Wynn Design's patent-pending earrings have an element on the back of the stud or charm to allow these pieces to transformed into multi-use, stackable and convertible styling. It can be turned into a pendant and worn on a necklace, or used as a charm on our wrap gemstone bracelets.
Metal: Sterling Silver
Stone carat: 9
Stone size: 15x10mm
Release Date: Dec, 2020
About the stones:
Genuine Turquoise: Turquoise is an opaque blue-to-green mineral, technically a hydrated phosphate of copper and aluminum. It is available in numerous shades of blue and green colors, depending on its origin. The rarest and most beautiful is the robin’s egg blue variety from the now-defunct Sleeping Beauty mine in Arizona. Turquoise is a staple of Native American jewelry and some of it is highly collectible and rare. Some varieties of turquoise, like Kingman Turquoise, display black spiderweb veins (referred to as matrix).
Metaphysical Properties: Turquoise can balance the mood and be thought of as an oasis of calm. It is a highly sacred stone for the Native American community; the Navajo revere it as a stone of good luck and protection that also represents power, status, and luxury. More generally, the stone is life-giving, restorative, and a powerful tool for recharging your physical and spiritual energy.
Origin: Iran, the United States (Arizona, California, Colorado, New Mexico, and Nevada), China, Afghanistan, Australia, India, Chile
We use recycled metals and source our gemstones ethically when possible.
Our jewelry is designed in Denver, CO and ethically made by our skilled jewelers in our studio in Vietnam.
Time to shipping: 2 working days for silver, 7-10 working days for 14k or 18k Gold.
If this is a rush order, please contact us to coordinate.