These earrings feature brass-cast ancient Greek coin replicas with three citrine stones hanging from sterling silver ear wires for a classic, everyday statement.
Earring Length (top of ear wire): 1.5 inches (3.8 cm)
Sterling Silver Ear Wires
These coins are brass replicas made from museum quality genuine pieces. The earrings are currently one of a kind - as of now, we cannot get another.
BEES: Were used as a symbol of fertility in homage to Aphrodite - especially at her temple in Ephesus. Alexander the Great was also fond of putting bees on his currency.
CITRINE is a stone that has been in use as far back as 300 BC Greece, and many times has been referred to as yellow topaz. It has also been called the "Merchant's Stone" as it is rumored to help with financial ventures.