A beautiful pair of swiss-marcasite studded jhumkas fully handcrafted in sterling silver(92.5%). The most attractive part of these jhumkas is the lovely rose ear-studs at the top.The perfect round shape of the jhumka adds to its allure.
This is a fairly large size jhumka, looks best on a Sari or other Indian attire.
Measurements : Width: 1.3 inches; Length: 1.7 inches
Gemstones used: Swiss marcasite.
Made of: Sterling Silver (92.5%)
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