Golden hoop earrings, the mini version, set with the wisdom-associated stone of lapis lazuli, and mystic tiger’s eye share their name with the beautiful Lady of the poem “The Idylls of the King”.
The name Lynette means “nymph” or “idol”, and in Lord Tennyson’s writings she is fierce, brave, and protective as well as lovely. The noblewoman goes on a quest to save her sister, the Lady Lyonesse, and overcomes the trials of the Knights - known as the Day, the Morning-Star, the Noon-Sun, and the Evening-Star - that stand in her way.
She wields magic to protect her sister and returns heroic to their home in Avalon - the Isle of Fruit.
Handcrafted and individually cast. Each piece is unique, which we believe gives it its beauty. Nickel and lead free. Dimensions: 2.5cm x 1.8cm.
Fit and Care:
Handmade using traditional jewellery techniques and exceptional materials.
As we hand craft each piece, slight variations are to be expected and are what make our designs one-of-a-kind.
Please be gentle with your treasures and do not apply lotions and perfume while wearing your gold plated pieces. Please avoid water when wearing gold plated jewellery.
Gold has a tendency to scratch, so extra care should be taken when wearing and cleaning to maintain quality and appearance.
Sterling silver that is worn regularly requires less care, so we encourage you to wear your silver treasures daily.
We hope this creation brings you luck.
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