A different kind of coral branch earrings. Very light and versatile, this oxidized sterling silver branches perfectly reflect the individual nature of the coral and the wearer. All Clara Stones Levium silver branches were initially selected from natural red coral branches and their shape was used as a mold to craft the exact silver model. Through a particular silver electroforming technique and skillful artisan work, the final product is a beautiful shiny silver coral branch amazingly light to wear. Natural red coral cabochon approximative size 4 mm is set in the branch giving it a totally unique and classy look. Size of the silver branch is 45 x 20 mm, and the total length of the earrings is 65 mm.
45 x 20 mm oxidized silver branch x2
two natural Red Coral cabochons approx size 4 mm
20 x 12 mm posts in oxidized sterling silver 925
total length of the earrings – 65 mm
Clara Stones uses genuine and authentic precious red coral Corallium rubrum. Our coral is sustainably sourced from Adriatic and Mediterranean Sea, completely natural and handcrafted using traditional artisanal methods and tools. No artificial chemicals or materials are used in the process to change its colour. Natural imperfections or inclusions are the nature of coral and organic materials and we think add to their beauty and not to be considered a flaw. For more info check out our Red Coral FAQ
Each Clara Stones piece is as individual as you are!
We believe in timeless quality craftsmanship. All of our pieces are crafted using precious metals. In our creations we use sterling silver, oxidized, white or gold-plated, and 18kt gold. Please note Clara Stones jewellery is handcrafted in one-of-a-kind or limited editions using natural and organic materials and unique finishes, so sometimes it can vary in appearance and be slightly different than the photo. That is the nature of natural corals, pearls, gemstones and hand made items and makes each piece truly unique and only yours. We have taken care to ensure that the items on our website are presented as accurately as possible; however, colour and clarity will depend upon your own personal monitor and individual adjustments to the computer screen.