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Armenta Blue Pietersite & White Quartz Oval New World Oxidized Silver Stud Earrings 13604

Armenta Blue Pietersite & White Quartz Studs




Intense and dazzling, and at times whimsical, describes these Armenta earrings which feature stunning blue Pietersite and White Topaz doublets at their center.

  • Collection: New World
  • Style #: 13604
  • Description: New World blackened sterling silver/sterling silver 6mm round crivelli stud earring with Blue Pietersite/White Quartz doublet and champagne diamonds. Diamond weight – 0.05 ct.
  • Metal: .925 Sterling Silver
  • 6mm Oval Blue Pietersite and White Topaz doublet
  • Earrings are 10mm Diameter
  • Posts with push backs
  • Weigh 2.2 grams
  • Sterling Silver
  • Made in the USA


About Pietersite: Pietersite is sometimes referred to as "the tempest stone", possibly because of its stormy appearance. It is thought to possess a highly-charged energy that enhances focus and personal will. Pietersite is said to provide protection from the elements and encourage calmness.

Pietersite is a rare dark-gray or reddish breccia aggregate (rock made up of fragments embedded in a matrix), comprised mostly of hawk's eye and tiger's eye. Pietersite from Namibia was first described in 1962 by Sid Pieters, who named it in his father's honor. The term "pietersite" is now used as a general term to describe brecciated tiger's eye.

About Armenta:
Emily Armenta designs each piece of Armenta jewelry, handmade in Houston by a team of artisans who are trained in the studio. Each piece has a rugged and refined quality to it. Emily is committed to empowering individuals, providing opportunities and leading a socially responsible business. "I not only choose the materials for our pieces based on my inspiration and the want to bring Duende, the struggle between dark and light, to life, but I choose based on our commitment to empower, educate, and be socially responsible. When you wear Armenta, you are not just wearing a beautiful piece of jewelry but making a positive local and global impact." –Emily Armenta