Gray, Red, and Golden Beaded Dangle Earrings with Chain
"Broken Curse" Earrings
These earrings, designed to coordinate with the "Broken Curse" necklace and bracelet, were inspired by a passage from Nathaniel Hawthorne's The House of the Seven Gables in which the narrator mocks the corpse of the vile Judge Pyncheon as it sits alone in a moonlit room.
As macabre and maybe even heartless an inspiration as it seems, the passage marks a blessing of sorts for the judge's innocent, downtrodden cousins Hepzibah and Clifford. They can now find freedom not only from the judge's scheming but, presumably, from the curse that has weighed on their family for generations.
Wear these earrings, with their labradorite beads and rhodolite-garnet accents, to celebrate your own freedom from circumstances you thought you couldn't escape.
- length: approximately 2 inches, measured from top of earwire to tip of paddle pin
- dimensions of labradorite beads: approximately 8x8mm
- gold-filled earwires, chain, and paddle pins
- rubber earnuts included