Ostara – Sun of Dawn Earrings in Sterling Silver Petite

4.00 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
(2 customer reviews)


Ostara – Sun of Dawn Earrings from our Goddess Collection ….beautiful 22g Argentium (low tarnish sterling) shines in these beautiful drop earrings have a window framed with sunbursts and antique glass bead drops at the loop of the earwire … other bead colors available: Turquoise Blue, Grass Green, Brick Red, Bone White, Sienna Orange
Handmade 22g earwires in Argentium silver

Ostara – The spring Goddess whose name is linked to the East and the dawn. The early Christians took her fertility symbols of eggs and hares and incorporated them into the Easter celebrations.
Measure 1.25″

Always original designs ~ BANDANA GIRL  ~ Melinda Orr
Rustic & Boho



DSC_0041All designs are my original concepts… Melinda Orr
Please do not copy, use them as inspiration to create a design with your personal touch.
All jewelry will come boxed with bandana ribbon & business cards.
Copper jewelry that’s unsealed will include tarnish cleaning pad
Sterling/Argentium Jewelry will include a mini Sunshine silver tarnish cleaning cloth.
All dangle earrings will include cute ear nuts for safety of losing!
Many of the components I use are available for sale…please visit my DIY Supply store if you are a designer.

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Indonesian Bead Colors

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2 reviews for Ostara – Sun of Dawn Earrings in Sterling Silver Petite

  1. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    I received my earrings today and I could not be any happier. They are exactly what I was looking for and they are as beautiful as shown in your photos.
    Thank you, Melinda, for your talent and artistry.

    • Thank you so much Emi! So glad you love them 🙂 Thanks for letting me know!

  2. 3 out of 5

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