Southwest Stamped Triangle with Malachite and Lapis Silver Earrings

Southwest Stamped Triangle with Malachite and Lapis Silver Earrings
  • Southwest Stamped Triangle with Malachite and Lapis Silver Earrings
  • Southwest Stamped Triangle with Malachite and Lapis Silver Earrings
  • Southwest Stamped Triangle with Malachite and Lapis Silver Earrings
  • Southwest Stamped Triangle with Malachite and Lapis Silver Earrings
  • Southwest Stamped Triangle with Malachite and Lapis Silver Earrings
$90.00

Subtle southwestern style. Little open triangle earrings are accented by Navajo inspired hand stamped silver. Tiny malachites dangle inside, with high grade lapis teardrops dangling below.  Measure 2". Handmade Shepherd hook earwires. Sterling silver.


About Malachite: The name Malachite may come from the Greek word malakee, or malache, signifying the resemblance of Mallow leaves, or from the Greek word malakos, meaning soft.Well known to ancient Egyptians, Malachite mines were in use between the Suez and Sinai as early as 4000 B.C. It was also popular with the ancient Greeks and Romans, for jewelry, ornaments, and in powdered form, for eye shadow. In the Middle Ages, Malachite was believed to protect against the "Evil Eye" and to cure various stomach ailments. Russian czars used Malachite for ornaments and paneling for their castles, and intricate inlay work. Malachite is a protection stone, absorbing negative energies and pollutants from the atmosphere and from the body.

About Lapis: Lapis is a semiprecious stone valued for its deep-blue color caused by the presence of the mineral lazurite, which is the source of the pigment ultramarine. Lapis is an ancient stone with history that dates back to ancient Egypt, where it was used as a favorite stone for amulets and ornaments such as scarabs; it was also used by the Assyrians and Babylonians for seals. Lapis jewelry has been found at excavations of the Predynastic Egyptian site Naqada (3300–3100 BC), and powdered lapis was used as eyeshadow by Cleopatra. In Medieval times, lapis was used as pigment for artists’ paint.

Your jewelry will arrive beautifully gift wrapped in a small box. Multiple items will be combined, unless separate boxes are requested. If this is a gift being shipped directly to the recipient, please let me know. I will be glad to include a note from you.

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