Ammonite and Coral Lever Back Earrings

Ammonite and Coral Lever Back Earrings
Item# DJ003

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Ammonite and Coral Lever Back Earrings
Custom made for Earring Girl by Denise Jenkins! These ammonite and coral stones are hand cut and set in sterling silver. Each of the stones is unusual and fine, and the red and brown compliment each other perfectly. These lever back earrings are one of a kind due to the materials and the artistís hand. Signed by the artist.

This pair hangs 2 inches from the ear including the sterling silver lever back earwire. The body of the earing is Ĺ inch wide. The silver linear part of the design sticks out to 7/8ths of an inch.

Ammonites are an extinct group of marine animals and are the most widely known fossil; they are cephalopods and first appeared in the seas 415 million years ago. The Navajo and Indians of the North American Plains carried ammonites in their medicine bags for health and good hunting. They called the ammonites buffalo stones because of their resemblance to the North American bison.