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The Miao matching peacocks earrings: Lifelike details

The Miao matching peacocks earrings: Lifelike details

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Price in Paris:  $ 212.19
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Wearing these handmade, 99.9%  pure silver earrings created by Miao jewelers may make you feel just so special. Like the ‘it’ girl.

 

The Miao minority lives deep in southern China, out of the most traveled roads. In their culture, peacocks symbolize wealth and grace. Spread feathers express the hope for a beautiful life.

 

Observe the thin spirals on the feathers and wings. Each slice of silver was stretched thin, and twirled for hours to create the desired curve.

 

Have you noticed the seven circles hanging from each earring? Double 7’s symbolize the Chinese Valentine's Day, which falls on July 7.

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The Miao matching peacocks earrings: Beautiful luster

The Miao matching pheasants earrings: Beautiful luster

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Look! Lovely pheasants are showing off their brilliant plumage! Put on these handcrafted silver earrings, and you can go anywhere with confidence that your dazzling look will impress.

 

Thin silver slices wind around their face and wings, vividly depicting the plumage and adding a textured, lifelike touch to your jewels.

 

Underneath the birds, overlapping fan-shaped feathers present a flamboyant, three-dimensional appearance.

 

Slightly curved silver discs top each feather, and call out for you to take a closer look.

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The Miao loving ducks earrings: A symbol for love

The Miao loving ducks earrings: A symbol for love


Price in Paris:  $ 102.44
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These unique 99.9% pure silver earrings are a very rare sight in Western countries.

 

They have been carefully crafted by Chinese Miao silversmiths according to a tradition several thousand years old.

 

These silver jewels represent a pair of Mandarin ducks, known to always swim together.

 

These ducks are a symbol for love in Chinese culture.

 

To emphasize this theme, the skillful silver jewelry artisan shaped his work so that they would form a heart when put together.