Dione Pearl Earrings in Solid Gold
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Introducing the Dione Pearl Earrings: Captivating Elegance and Timeless Beauty
Embrace the Essence of Greek Mythology
Experience the enchantment of Greek mythology with our breathtaking Dione Pearl Earrings, part of the exquisite Eternal Waves Collection. Inspired by the Okeanides, the water nymphs of ancient Greek mythology, these earrings embody the majestic allure of the Aegean Sea and the rhythmic movement of its waves. Immerse yourself in the essence of Greece as you adorn your ears with these captivating pieces of art.
A Harmonious Union of Design and Craftsmanship
Designed with clean, minimal lines, the Dione Pearl Earrings are meticulously crafted to follow the natural flow of the neck and accentuate the beauty of the wearer's face. Fashioned in 14K gold, these earrings exude an understated elegance that effortlessly complements any style or occasion. The invisible set natural white freshwater pearl creates a mesmerizing illusion as it appears to float in mid-air, catching the light from every angle. With their unparalleled craftsmanship and attention to detail, these earrings are the epitome of sophistication.
Versatile Style for Any Moment
Embrace the versatility of the Dione Pearl Earrings, as they effortlessly transition from day to night, season to season. Elevate your evening attire for a special occasion or add a touch of refinement to your everyday look. These timeless earrings bring forth a sense of grace and sophistication to any ensemble, making them a cherished heirloom for generations to come. Its versatility is accentuated when paired with other pieces from the Eternal Waves Collection, such as the Galene Pearl ring or stacked with the Rhene Earrings. Complete the ensemble with the Dione bracelet and Aegean bracelet, indulging in a harmonious symphony of elegance and style.
- Color: Gold
- Composition: 14K gold
- Biwa pearls freshwater natural white gem grade
- Hook fastening, suitable for pierced ears
- Place of Origin: EU
- Handmade in Greece