Sterling Silver and Eilat Stone Filigree Circular Halo Earrings
Brand: Rafael Jewelry
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925 Sterling Silver and Eilat Stone
Size: 0.8 x 1” / 2 x 2.5 cm
Radiating elegance and sophistication, these captivating earrings by phenomenal Jerusalem designer and jeweler, Rafael, are extraordinarily beautiful and striking. Exquisitely crafted from sterling silver and set with stunning blue-green Eilat Stone, these circular earrings are glamorous with its halo design and spectacular Yemenite filigree details, making this dazzling pair of earrings amazing with any outfit you wear. Certain to make a wonderful gift from the Holy Land for someone special, these flawless earrings are the perfect way to tell someone that you care about them!
Rafael Saadia is the founder, owner, designer, and maker of Rafael Jewelry. Creating his business in the early 1970’s, Rafael has been creating exquisite pieces of jewelry for over 40 years. Descending from a long line of expert jewelers who once created jewelry for the Yemenite royal family, Rafael continues the family tradition of incorporating ancient Yemenite style into his work, combining ancient themes with modern designs, creating a unique, and signature look. Famed as one of the greatest Jewelry designers in Israel, this prestigious artist works with sterling silver and gold, and often incorporates various precious and semi-precious stones such as Jerusalem stone, Eilat stone, and Roman glass, as well as more classic gemstones like diamond, rubies, and sapphires. Each piece is carefully handcrafted from the finest materials, guaranteeing you will receive only the highest quality product available. Every piece from Rafael is a treasure worth passing down for generations.
Due to a diverse combination of copper minerals that gives this green-blue stone its distinctive look; Eilat Stone is the National stone of Israel. Named after Israel's southernmost city, this stone was once mined there, despite being originally discovered in King Solomon's copper mines located near the Red Sea. This is why the popular stone is also known as 'King Solomon Stone'. Possessing properties similar to diamonds in that each stone has its own unique difference in cut, color, and weight, this ensures that the stone you choose will be a one of a kind stone entirely your own.