Like a linear abacus, these rows of rounded disks are lined up vertically.
Artfully arranged, there is a mix of shells and stones, with neutral shell predominant.
Accents of red coral, bright turquoise, and dark blue lapis add some zing to the palette.
All the materials are natural, and cut by hand.
Snug as a bug, they are encased in a box of sterling silver, which protects them from breakage.
Long and slender, the shaft of stacked stones and shells is intriguing in its color, and the play of round, versus vertical forms.
These earrings look contemporary, and fun, at the same time., even though heishi is an ancient technique.
As expected, from this eminent jeweler, they are precisely made and composed.
Fine, natural materials are combined in an unusual and flattering form, really wonderful with our casual lifestyle.
With a subtle range of hues, these intriguing earrings will go with every color in your wardrobe.