$ 95

Cultivate a tranquil mood with our soothing Gingko Chime Earrings. Distinctive handcrafted leaves cascade from delicate ear wire with a hint of signature shine.

• Niobium
• European crystal
• Bohemian glass
• Gold overlay chain
• Gold overlay ear wires
• 2 1/2" l. x 7/8" w.

Niobium - 

Named for the goddess Niobe, this magical metal is Holly Yashi’s signature material. Like gold and silver, niobium is an element from the natural world. It is rare, precious, and has the working qualities of fine silver. Niobium is extremely strong yet remarkably lightweight, and though naturally a dull grey in color, it possesses a chameleon-like capacity to retain a wide range of vibrant hues. When submersed in a salt-water bath that is charged with an electric current, the niobium oxidizes. The radiant colors unique to the Holly Yashi designs are the metal’s own permanent oxide—not dye or paint—and they will never rub off the jewelry. It is the perfect metal to work with and to wear!

Cleaning and Care

Fingerprints, body oil, lotions, perfumes, and hairspray can all make your jewelry look dull, but niobium can easily be cleaned. To restore your jewelry to its original brilliance, gently buff with glass cleaner or soapy water and a soft cloth. Since many of our pieces are hand treated with tiny glass beads, never use an abrasive material for cleaning, as it may damage the finish. Niobium is completely hypoallergenic, leaves no residue, and with proper care will never tarnish or fade.

European Crystal - 

Holly Yashi jewelry features only the finest precision-cut crystals produced in Europe using the same old-world techniques that were developed over a century ago. Our crystals are manufactured both by the Austrian company Swarovski and by the legendary Czech producer, Preciosa.

Cleaning and Care

Rinse your jewelry in a warm water solution and then dry using a soft cloth. Very small amounts of glass cleaner may also help, but spray onto a cloth first, not directly on the jewelry. Never use an abrasive cleaner or any tools that may damage or scratch the jewelry.

Bohemian Glass - 

Bohemian glass originated in the small Czech region of Bohemia in the 13th century and has since become famous for its colorful, richly decorated, and delicate characteristics. This sparkling beauty enraptured Holly, and her timeless designs with Bohemian glass are certain to dazzle you as well.

Cleaning and Care

Bohemian glass can be cared for by washing in lukewarm water and non-abrasive soap. Be sure to dry your jewelry with a soft cloth immediately after it has been washed.

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