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SILVER CUBIC ZIRCONIA SET DROP DISC EARRINGS

Christine Alexander Fine Jewellery


Sale price £55.00 Regular price £88.00
SILVER CUBIC ZIRCONIA SET DROP DISC EARRINGS

Leverback fastening drop earring Sterling Silver Cubic Zirconia set disc drop earrings. Reminiscent of a constellation in the night sky, these lovely earrings are a perfect gift for your loved ones or just for yourself! Wear it daily or for a night out, either way, your earrings will complete your stylish look. The lever back fastening provides extra security, I am often asked for this fastening as it makes it very difficult to lose your earrings.

Packaged brand new in a fully recycled Christine Alexander box.

A matching pendant is available, and both items are also available in Gold Vermeil.

With the discovery of America and the plundering of Silver by the Spanish conquistadors, Central and South America became the dominant producers of Silver until around the beginning of the 18th century, particularly Peru, Bolivia, Chile, and Argentina: the last of these countries later took its name from that of the metal that composed so much of its mineral wealth. As one historian put it, Silver "went round the world and made the world go round."  A Portuguese merchant in 1621 noted that Silver "wanders throughout all the world... before flocking to China, where it remains as if at its natural centre." "New World mines," concluded several historians, "supported the Spanish empire."  Poland emerged as an important producer during the 1970s after the discovery of copper deposits that were rich in Silver, before the centre of production returned to the Americas the following decade.

Cubic zirconia (CZ) is the cubic crystalline form of zirconium dioxide. The synthesised material is hard and usually colourless but may be made in various colours. Because of its low cost, durability, and close visual likeness to Diamond, synthetic cubic zirconia has remained the most geologically and economically significant Diamond competitor since commercial production began in 1976. Its main competitor as a synthetic gemstone is a more recently cultivated material, synthetic moissanite.

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