Exclusive Collection customized for Touch of Venus Jewellery with new interpretation of a timeless elegance with mesmerizing fashionable fantasy colours.
Lend a subtle accent to make a statement of timeless elegance with this sophisticated Art Deco pair of Earrings in retro style with dark blue Marcasite stones with touch of Art Deco, LUISA.
Make yourself feel special and finish your look to perfection by the touch of this originality and elegance.
Classy oxidixed with beautiful enamel finishing perfect for any occasion, a great gift and an elegant choice for bridal jewellery.
Length of Earrings: 2.9 cm
Width: 0.8 cm
Weight: 1.9 gram
Essential Product Information:
Metal: Oxidized Silver 925
Stones: Marcasite Gemstone
Finish: Fine Polish
Excellent quality guaranteed
An unique jewellery with timeless elegance and beautiful finishing to be treasured and worn for years to come, handcrafted and delivered in Touch of Venus Jewellery signature packaging.
Exclusive Collection customized for Touch of Venus Jewellery and has to be made to order.
As all our Jewellery is handmade, production of our pieces will take up to 14 working days plus 2-4 days for delivery. We will email to let you know the expected delivery date.
Oxidized silver is used to give the jewelLry an antique look as it gives that rusty finish which makes it look like it was kept in a jewelry box for years, which induced the tarnishing process.
Marcasite is a genuine, natural gemstone. Marcasite is derived from a natural mineral called 'pyrite'. Pyrite is found in many parts of the world, but only a small fraction of it is suitable for the cutting processes required to create marcasite jewelry. Marcasite is both an elegant and fashionable gemstone. Marcasite has been used for personal adornments as far back as in ancient times. Many years ago, in ancient times, people believed that marcasite had the power to discharge negative energy, improve a person’s communication abilities, and protect those who performed dangerous jobs. During the reign of Louis 14th of France, only the King was allowed to wear genuine diamonds. Marcasite became very popular in the region as a diamond imitation, and was worn by high society and also by women at court. During queen Victoria’s reign in the 19th century, marcasite jewelry was cherished in the UK both for its elegance, and for its ability to be combined with pearls. It quickly gained in popularity and soon reached a wide audience.