These earrings are designed with creativity, executed with finesse, and are intriguingly different, just what is expected from this younger jeweler. He has the right genes; grandson of the late Ben and Felicita Eustace, a son of award-winning jeweler Jolene Eustace, and nephew of the other, well-known Eustace siblings. His style, however is his very own, and very handsome. These beautiful dangles, for instance, are inspired by traditional water signs, but are different, decorative, and flawlessly fabricated.
The triangular tops are darkened and lightly chiseled, for a subtle texture. Applied on top of the flat base, a raised triangle of chiseled silver sides and polished edges frames a water spiral. Sitting flush with the base, this spiral is also polished, to stand out from the darker background.
The tiny parallel lines chiseled on the sides of the raised triangle are a subliminal reference to rain. Not so subtly, the slender, spoon-shaped dangles represent rainfall. Flashing in the light, as they move, these dangles mimic sheets of rain. Water and rain are great good luck, in the arid lands of the Southwest; they bring abundant harvests that lead to good health, happiness and prosperity.
So, these earrings are not only a fascinating, flirty and flattering design, but expressions of good fortune, too. It will be your good fortune to wear this marvelous pair!