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Black and white dangle earrings with a Queen Anne's Lace (wild carrot flower) theme. Attributed to the powers of divination and wishes ; It is also said that it stimulates the mind...
The graphics are printed with UV resistant inks (which means they will never fade) and are sealed under a 16mm glass cabochon. A top quality glass bead is added on the bottom part of the mounting to complement the graphic and add more movement. These measure approximately 4cm long in all and are just the perfect length and size with no heaviness or bulk, just prettiness.
They are hung from a anti-allergic ear wire (no nickel or lead). The wire is plated over brass or copper which are safe metals and the plating prevents you from being in direct contact with the metal and prevents any discoloring on the skin. A silicone stopper is provided that you can slide up behind your ear to secure them invisibly in place.
Queen Anne was tatting white lace. (Tatting is the all-but-lost art of making lace by hand.) The beautiful white lace she was tatting became the white lacy flowers of the wild carrot plant. She pricked her finger and one drop of blood oozed out. This became the central dark red or purple sterile floret that is present on some, but not all, Queen Anne's Lace flowers.