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Murano Style Glass Artisan Earrings

Item # 29620
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Chinese wisdom holds that "A bit of fragrance clings to the hand that gives flowers." Give these unfading glass blossoms to someone else, or to yourself, and enjoy their timeless charm!

Delicate glass flowers seem to float against an intense backdrop of Red or Green, paired with sterling silver components and a glittering Swarovski crystal.

Designed by Leslie O'Connor, a jewelry artisan working in Portland, Oregon. Her handcrafted jewelry reflects the gorgeous and dramatic environment of the American Northwest, as well as casual Pacific-coast fashion.

Earrings measure 0.75" L x 0.25" W (1.9 x 0.6 cm), and have locking sterling French hoops for pierced ears. Made in the U.S.A.

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Artisan: Leslie O'Connor

"I believe strongly that today's active women want fashion that's flexible."

Inspired by the city of Portland itself, Leslie O'Connor strives to capture the multi-cultural chic of the city while blending it with the luscious natural surroundings of the Pacific Northwest. Drawing from the influences of the broad Columbia and Willamette Rivers which carved the valley in which Portland was built, the snow-capped volcanoes and mountains, the roaring ocean beyond, she crafts her jewelry with a conscious eye towards an appreciation for the timeless elegance of nature.

Founded in 1993, her Wild Iris Handcrafted Jewelry initially served the fashion-conscious and active women of Portland, but soon bloomed well beyond the city limits. Using high quality fresh-water pearls, fine crystal, handcrafted beads, and sensual semi-precious stones, the casual style was relaxed enough to have broad appeal -- going from the workplace to the PTA meeting to a nice dinner and cocktails without ever feeling out of place.

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