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Blossoms- Resilience Small Thorn Small Pave Chubby Ear Hoop

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Blossoms- Resilience Small Thorn Small Pave Chubby Ear Hoop

Description

Handcrafted in 18-karat White Gold, the Small Pave Chubby Ear Hoop with Small Thorn is a great everyday ear staple, wear with or without the thorn medallion. The Thorn represents Resilience. The thorn is the risk we assume for something we love; for living life fully without reserve. You can’t separate the thorn from the blossom.

Includes Small Thorn Medallion. Sold individually. 

Details
  • Handcrafted in 18-karat gold
  • Ear Hoop is 15mm diameter
  • Thorn Medallion is 28mm tall
  • Ear Hoop diamond weight: 0.630 ct
  • Thorn diamond weight:  0.062 ct
  • Sold with Small Thorn medallion
  • Sold individually

Handcrafted in 18-karat White Gold, the Small Pave Chubby Ear Hoop with Small Thorn is a great everyday ear staple, wear with or without the thorn medallion. The Thorn represents Resilience. The thorn is the risk we assume for something we love; for living life fully without reserve. You can’t separate the thorn from the blossom.

Includes Small Thorn Medallion. Sold individually. 

  • Handcrafted in 18-karat gold
  • Ear Hoop is 15mm diameter
  • Thorn Medallion is 28mm tall
  • Ear Hoop diamond weight: 0.630 ct
  • Thorn diamond weight:  0.062 ct
  • Sold with Small Thorn medallion
  • Sold individually

Resilience

This piece is derived from the Resilience Tenet. Because it is worth pursuing a life filled with blossoms which continue to bloom, even in darkness, against adversity. Below are the symbols and their meanings.

  • Blossoms Wild, abundant, untamed, these flowers are fed with passion and continue to bloom even in adversity. Blossoms still bloom in darkness when tended.
  • Tiger A Tiger conjures images of fierceness and great beauty. Like the Lion, there is nobility, power & authority but the Tiger is also receptive and alert. The Tiger is considered a lunar animal (feminine, receptive energy) where the Lion is decidedly solar (masculine, assertive energy) Both represent different but equally powerful types of strength
Learn more about the different tenets