MERZIEs fat U PICK ear wires Zarah SEAHORSE Zarlite earrings

Price: $22.99

Availability: in stock

Prod. Code: ea-zar-fat-seahorse

You will get a lot of comments on this beautiful artisan jewelry - & it is so much fun to wear &/or give as a gift to that special someone even if that special someone is you.  There are plenty of free on-line measurement converters should you require different measurements.

I have a lot of buyers that do not want silver-plated, or metal, ear wires so I have also taken these earrings apart in order to add your choice of sterling silver-filled (.925/10), sterling silver (.925/100) ear wires or the standard high quality silver-plate that originally comes with these earrings - U PICK from the pull down.  FYI for those that don't know what ss filled is, sterling silver-filled .925/10 is a 10% layer of durable sterling silver bonded to a copper- or brass-alloy center. Sterling silver-filled gives a lot of durability at a much smaller price than sterling silver.  The hand painted design Is only on the front.  Absolutely adorable small earrings that make a loud statement.  Photos are enlarged to show detail.

Dangles:  Artist Sue Coccia, Fat Seahorse, ~32x13mm total length ear wires included; 22mm dangles
Earwires:  silver-plated by Zarah, sterling silver & silver-filled by Merzies sterling & stone


There are a lot of buyers that collect this incredible jewelry line!  A new line of ZARAH JEWELRY provides an inexpensive addition to the rest of the Zarah jewelry collection.  This new line is called Zarah’s Zarlite & is silver-plated (nickel-free) hand painted enamel on high quality sterling silver-plate jewelry - available in incredible & colorful designs - created by very talented artists.

Once the designs are created master China artisans are sought out - skilled in this meticulous type of hand painted enameling & metalsmithing – to produce this art form executing the artists design with excellence.  These skilled artisans’s paint each piece by hand using solutions containing colored granules of glass & then fire these pieces in a kiln producing an alluring richness of color.