A chalky cerulean pigment covers nearly all of the homes in the seaside Moroccan hamlet of Chefchaouch, and the city sees to it that the color is maintained, providing paintbrushes to residents after the rainy season has passed and diluted the hue. We acknowleged the slightly mysterious, centuries-old tradition with a brilliant slab of lapis lazuli dangling from our Chefchaouech earring, accented by a single baroque pearl.
Lapis lazuli, pearl. 14K gold-filled post. About 1 3/4 inches long.
Made in New York.
Most of SVNR's materials are one-of-a-kind, so the individual components of your earring may vary slightly in size and shape. Crafted from found, re-used, up-cycled, and natural materials, due to the handmade nature, subtle variations in color and shape make each piece unique.