Spiral Diamond Hoops

$195.00
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PERFECT HOOPS RIGHT HERE. Rose cut grey diamonds are gripped in what we've been calling a "martini setting" - a three-prong situation with a pointy bottom, kind of like a martini glass. Thread these earrings in and leave them in. At 1/2" in diameter, they're perfect for stacking. We're making making them in an opal version, too.  

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  • Made by hand in our Brooklyn studio.  
  • Materials: grey diamonds, gold fill wires, 10k gold settings. 
  • Measurements: 3mm rose cut grey diamonds, 1/2" diameter hoops. 

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Diamonds are the hardest natural substance known. Composed of pure carbon, the foundational element of life, it is the one and only “10” on the hardness scale by which gems are measured. It's name is derived from the Greek adamas, meaning “indomitable,” “unbreakable,” or “untamable,” and diaphanus, meaning “transparent". Maybe because of their strength, the diamond has been known since antiquity as the “stone of invincibility,” bringing victory, fortitude and courage to its wearer. It is associated with lightning and fearlessness, and for its properties of protection. 

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About Details Inspiration

PERFECT HOOPS RIGHT HERE. Rose cut grey diamonds are gripped in what we've been calling a "martini setting" - a three-prong situation with a pointy bottom, kind of like a martini glass. Thread these earrings in and leave them in. At 1/2" in diameter, they're perfect for stacking. We're making making them in an opal version, too.  

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more

  • Made by hand in our Brooklyn studio.  
  • Materials: grey diamonds, gold fill wires, 10k gold settings. 
  • Measurements: 3mm rose cut grey diamonds, 1/2" diameter hoops. 

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more

Diamonds are the hardest natural substance known. Composed of pure carbon, the foundational element of life, it is the one and only “10” on the hardness scale by which gems are measured. It's name is derived from the Greek adamas, meaning “indomitable,” “unbreakable,” or “untamable,” and diaphanus, meaning “transparent". Maybe because of their strength, the diamond has been known since antiquity as the “stone of invincibility,” bringing victory, fortitude and courage to its wearer. It is associated with lightning and fearlessness, and for its properties of protection. 

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