Super Seven - Dangle Earrings
The Super Seven Dangle drop earrings combine two faceted Super 7 beads with copper-toned hematite for maximum sparkle.
I designed the Super Seven dangle earrings to pair with the Super Seven bracelet, but of course, you can wear them on their own; and why wouldn't you? The faceted coin shape of the Super 7 gemstone allows maximum light to pass through, letting you admire the beauty of the individual minerals encapsulated within each stone.
Each drop consists of two Super Seven faceted coins and three copper-plated hematite rondelles. Each gem is its own little world. Get lost within your own pair today.
Spring Senses Collection
Spring is a time for gradually awakening our senses after winter's slumber. The Fierce Lynx Spring Senses gemstone jewellery collection revives us with plenty of soft purples, blues, greens, pinks, and peaches, readying us for what promises to be a bold and bright summer ahead.
ABOUT FIERCE LYNX HANDMADE GEMSTONE EARRINGS:
- Ear hooks and pins are 304 Stainless Steel
- metal accent beads are lead and nickel free
- Handmade in New Brunswick, Canada
- 10% of all profits are donated to the Nature Conservancy of Canada
These earrings look great with:
ABOUT THE GEMSTONES:
Cacoxenite – Although Cacoxenite is a mineral in and of itself, in the world of gemstones, it has become a bit of a catch-all for stones that include it in their makeup, such as Super Seven and Auralite 23. In both cases, Cacoxenite and other minerals become encased in Quartz, forming a spectacular and relatively durable material. The resulting gemstone is believed to combine all of the metaphysical properties of its components. Learn more about the mineral Cacoxenite and the differences between Super 7 and Auralite 23 in our blog articles.
Hematite – This important component of iron is one of the most abundant minerals on earth. Its name comes from the Greek word for blood, haima, and was associated with the god of war, Mars. Early warriors from Greece, Rome, and the indigenous populations of North America used crushed hematite as protection and 'war paint.' This highly metallic stone is a great reminder to ground yourself and remain determined and focused on your goals.