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Tamarind Gemstone Earrings




A colourful addition to your jewellery box, these earrings will add fresh styling and summer inspiration no matter the season. Featuring a signature facet cut Carnelian and below by rough cut gemstone beads in in real Iolite, Peach Moonstone and Milky Blue Chalcedony as well as gold plate chunky beads. Pair with the matching Tamarind Bracelet. Gemstone colour and opaqueness will vary due to the unique nature of semi precious stone variation as each cut gem is individual.


  • Handcrafted in 18ct Gold Plate on Jewellers Brass
  • Set with genuine semi-precious facet cut Carnelian and gemstone beads
  • Earrings approx 3cm at the longest point
  • Traditional post and butterfly fastening


This striking gemstone is found in India and South America and belongs to the Quartz family of gems.  It's history dates back over 4000 years when it was worn in ancient Egypt and Sumeria. Carnelian is considered a lucky stone as it is linked to prosperity and is thought to boost self esteem and creativity as well as combat insomnia and negativity.

Milky Blue Chalcedony

This is a relatively rare gemstone, found mainly in USA, Turkey and Namibia.  Whilst being the birthstone for the month of March it is known for promoting emotional harmony.  It is believed the gem enhances mental health,  boosts communication skills and helps to alleviate stress.

Peach Moonstone

This stunning gemstone is mainly mined in India, but can also found in Brazil and Myanmar. It's hue is peach, but it has  an iridescence when moved in the light. From ancient times people belived this stone to be given powers by the goddess of the moon and thought it contained a trapped moonbeam. It is thought to be a supportive stone by bringing healing, generosity to others and intuitions to people's feelings.


Originally mined by the Vikings in Norway and Greenland it is most commonly found today in Sri Lanka, Myanmar and India. One of the most beautiful gemstones with colour tones ranging from indogo to piercing blue. Known as the Viking Compass Stone as they used it as a tool to navigate it has been loved through the centuries. It is thought to be the Stone of Illumination, linked with spiritual journeys and associated with dreams, exploration and growth.

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