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  • Quartz Crystal Double Bead Earrings
B. Caldwell Creations

Quartz Crystal Double Bead Earrings

$18.00

    • Sterling Silver ear wires
    • 8mm Quartz crystal swirl beads
    • 7mm carved rose quartz beads
    • 4mm Swarovski crystals
    • Earrings measure 1.5” (L)

    Show your style with these beautiful sparkling Quartz crystal earrings from the Bee Natural series. Since they are clear quartz they will go with every color in your wardrobe. Wear them with a suit at the office, an evening out or with your favorite t-shirt and jeans.

    Quartz crystal was once believed to be an eternal ice sent by the heavenly gods. Until the late 1500s, many scholars thought this stone was fossilized ice. Quartz crystal is actually a mineral, one of the most abundant minerals in the Earth's continental crust, composed of silicon and oxygen. Quartz can be icy clear or have inclusions, veils, bubbles and various colors. It is also known as rock crystal, crystal quartz, universal crystal or clear quartz.  People in the earliest recorded times believed in the magical powers of quartz. Ancient Roman, Egyptian and Greek civilizations used quartz crystals as potent talismans. The word quartz is thought to come from the German word "quarz," and the word crystal comes from the Greek word "krystallos," which means ice. The Ancient Japanese believed quartz formed from the breath of a white dragon, and regarded it as representing perfection. Quartz has been used throughout history in rain rituals, crystal skulls and spheres for crystal balls to predict the future since the middle ages. Quartz crystal is found all over the world, but most notably Brazil and Arkansas, USA.

    Since Quartz crystal is a natural stone, each pair of earrings is unique and colors may vary. Our earrings are handcrafted using the finest materials to ensure that your earrings will be a beautiful addition to your wardrobe for many years to come. Clean quartz crystal using warm soapy water and a soft brush. Although it has a high hardness, quartz crystal can still be scratched or damaged by gemstones with a higher hardness, as well as other materials. Avoid using household chemicals when cleaning quartz crystal beads, components or jewelry. Store quartz crystal inside a fabric-lined box or wrapped in a soft cloth.