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Blue Apatite Triskele Earrings

Blue Apatite Triskele Earrings Blue Apatite Triskele Earrings Blue Apatite Triskele Earrings

$35.00

♥ These earrings are handmade by us for you ♥

Blue Apatite Triskele Earrings are created with triskele charms below blue apatite coin beads. Triskele is an ancient celtic symbol and is pronounced tri- with a long i and -skele with a long e. The apatite beads are a beautiful lagoon blue with a translucent quality, meaning that diffused light can pass through the stone. These earrings are great for most day wear uses - not too fancy but still decorative.

These earrings are made with silver plated pewter charms and sterling silver hook earwires.

The Triskele symbol is also known as Triskelion or simply as the Triple Spiral and is an ancient celtic symbol based on three conjoining spirals. The triskele was used in Ireland during both the pre-Celtic (as early as 3200 BC, before both Stonehenge and the Egyptian pyramids) and Celtic periods.

Earring Length: 1-7/8" or 47mm

Earring Length is measured from the top of the earwires to the bottom of the lowest bead or component.

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