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Orphaned Wrap Earring or Vine Earring?
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Mark Ehrmann Jewelry Designs

6871 Abbott Avenue

Sebastopol, CA 95472


e-mail: info@markehrmann.com

We will replace it with a PAIR for FREE! Stones that are not Cubic Zirconia, we will charge.
(Solid Gold you must pay for the material and labor)
Guaranteed workmanship.


Wrap with Single Leaf



The Wrap Earrings - Sold as a pair

  the wrap earrings™
1 bud and leaf


W56 - The Wrap ear cuff earrings with bud and leaf are the nature enthusiasts most popular choice. You may combine it with VN-60 or VN-s60 short version for a beautiful pairing, worn alone, or with your stud earrings. The Wrap Earrings concept is designed to be lightweight, graceful, simple, yet classically elegant jewelry. Our Ear Wrap creates a graceful line of metal cascading down your ear. It honors the simplicity of nature. The Wrap can also be worn to cover one's pierced hole.

Please select your choice of metal from the METAL TAB: Sterling Silver, *14k Yellow Gold-Vermeil or **Solid 14k Gold. 

(*Vermeil is  Solid Sterling Silver with 14k Yellow Gold 10ml electroplate)

(**Solid 14k gold jewelry is based on $450.00 - 24K Gold Market and will vary daily)

  Combine The Wrap Ear Cuff with our Vine frenchback earrings to create a graceful cascading look of elegance    

24k gold's contribution to the history of Mankind

Gold's aesthetic properties combined with its physical properties have long made it a valuable metal. About 65 percent of processed gold is used in the arts industry, mainly to make jewelry. Besides jewelry, gold is also used in the electrical, electronic, and ceramics industries. These industrial applications have grown in recent years and now occupy an estimated 25 percent of the gold market. The remaining percentage of mined gold is used to make a type of ruby colored glass called purple of Cassius, which is applied to office building windows to reduce the heat in the summer, and to mirrors used in space and in electroscopes so that they reflect the infrared spectrum.



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