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  • · ATTENTION!!: The material of these earrings may be slightly different to the one on the picture, as the earrings are made with Nacre or Mother-of-Pearl, and this natural material may vary a little in color and can be different from some earrings to others.
  • · Height: 10 mm
  • · Width: 10,1 mm
  • · Thickness: 4,8 mm
  • · Diameter piece: 4,7 mm
  • · Piece: Nacre, Mother-of-Pearl
  • · Weight of the pair: 2,7 g
  • · Included: The pair of earrings.
  • · Material: 925 Sterling Silver
  • · On the picture: The earrings of the first hole.
  • · Together with: The earrings CHANDRA, EKAJATI and the earring THRE. Not included in the price.

Shipping & returns

We ship worldwide. Shipping is free for purchases over 100€ in Europe and 200€ to the rest of the world.

Returns and exchanges within 14 days after receiving the product.

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Dhaval Silver Flower earrings with Mother-of-Pearl

The DHAVAL are small earrings inspired by a flower. They are made with Mother-of-Pearl and 925 Sterling Silver.

The design of the DHAVAL is characterized by having a Natural Mother-of-Pearl in the center, surrounded by shapes, reliefs and silver interlaced lines. They simulate the silhouette of the petals of a flower.

The DHAVAL are very fine and elegant. They look great on the first lobe hole, together with other smaller earrings. Their medium-large size is ideal.

The word DHAVAL is a Hindu name that means "white". The name is related to the shade of the natural Mother-of-Pearl.

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