Are you a September Baby - or are you just classy enough to love sapphires?
The other color that is all over the places is that rich shade of cobalt or sapphire blue! I know we've seen red, white & blue color palettes in place every summer as people love the marine theme. But this year cobalt blue has taken center stage all on it's own.
When my sister picked cobalt blue and silver as her wedding colors for a June wedding I thought "What??? A jewel tone in the summer???" Then as the wedding got closer, I started seeing cobalt blue everywhere. It's a bright pop of bold among the tradition summery orange, turquoise and lime shades.
To bring in that touch of sapphire as an accessory I created these artisan beaded earrings, Don't Cry for September. Each earring features a genuine paua shell in the center surrounded by sparkly crystals and tiny seed beads. There's something so magical about looking at the iridescent lining of a shell. These Paua shells are no different. They display vivid shades of blue transitioning to green and grey even. Depending on the lighting you'll see that magical rainbow dancing in the middle of these earrings. Dangling off the bottom of the earring is a beautiful glass teardrop in a sapphire shade.
These earrings aren't just for September babies (like myself) but for anybody that loves that elegant shade of cobalt blue. The earwires are an antique silver creating a vintage inspired, chic design.
One-of-a-Kind Artisan Earrings Created by Lake Geneva, WI Jewelry Artisan
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These are truly one-of-a-kind for the woman that likes to be fashionable and still have flexibility in her accessories! If you are interested, use the Buy it Now button above or e-mail me email@example.com and I would be happy to arrange delivery of these beautiful earrings to your home.
Each piece of custom jewelry I create is special and comes from my heart. If you would like to have a piece of custom artisan jewelry designed just for you, contact me. I'd be happy to collaborate on your vision and turn it into a piece of artisan jewelry you can pass down to your future heirs.