Sterling Silver Holly Leaf Earrings - Red, Green or Clear Gemstone
Sterling Silver Holly Leaf Earrings - Red, Green or Clear Gemstone
Sterling Silver Holly Leaf Earrings - Red, Green or Clear Gemstone
Sterling Silver Holly Leaf Earrings - Red, Green or Clear Gemstone
Sterling Silver Holly Leaf Earrings - Red, Green or Clear Gemstone
Sterling Silver Holly Leaf Earrings - Red, Green or Clear Gemstone
Sterling Silver Holly Leaf Earrings - Red, Green or Clear Gemstone
Sterling Silver Holly Leaf Earrings - Red, Green or Clear Gemstone
£59.00 Regular price

Sterling Silver Holly Leaf Earrings - Red, Green or Clear Gemstone

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We designed and crafted our Holly earrings in Sterling silver, with a single gemstone 'Holly berry' set atop the iconic shaped leaves.  A perfect addition to your festive season wardrobe and beyond.

 ~o~ Details ~o~

~ The earrings are crafted in sterling silver, and is available with your choice of gemstone - Red, Green or Clear cubic zirconia.
~ The earrings measures approx. 24mm x 10mm, with an overall drop of 35mm including earwires.
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We designed and crafted our Holly earrings in Sterling silver, with a single gemstone 'Holly berry' set atop the iconic shaped leaves.  A perfect addition to your festive season wardrobe and beyond.

 ~o~ Details ~o~

~ The earrings are crafted in sterling silver, and is available with your choice of gemstone - Red, Green or Clear cubic zirconia.
~ The earrings measures approx. 24mm x 10mm, with an overall drop of 35mm including earwires.
~ Our jewellery is sent beautifully boxed with an information card about the collection, perfect for gift giving.

* According to folklore a holly tree laden with rich red berries is an indication of a cold harsh winter ahead. Many of us notice holly only in winter, but its value to wildlife goes beyond Christmas: bees visit its flowers for nectar and pollen, and many species of bird nest in holly using its spiny leaves for protection. The Holly tree is one of the most beloved, respected trees in Celtic mythology and is the evergreen twin of the Oak. It is said, that whilst the Oak was the controller of the light half of the year, the Holly tree controlled the dark, winter months.*


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