Artist: Susan Schulte


Welcome to the Far East! A non-traditional piece made in a traditional style!  

Add a pop of color and glamour to your wardrobe. It's like being in the tropics in the middle of winter! These long linear earrings feature tubular spikes of dyed turquoise howlite, luminescent coin pearls and small coral beads. They are wire wrapped in delicate gold wire with gold filled lever back ear wires that securely click shut. The turquoise long beads are 1 1/2 inches; the coin pearls are 12 mm (3/8 inches); and the coral bead is 4 mm (1/4 inch). These earrings are light weight and easy to put on and take off. A fun and colorful piece to wear anytime of the year!


Length: 3 inch drop from earlobe to end

Shipping of $5.00 (includes insurance) has been added to the $39 price of the necklace bringing the total to $44.

Long Turquoise Stone, Coin Pearl and Coral Linear Earrings

SKU: Schulte.E402
$44.00 Regular Price
$39.60Sale Price
  • My love of jewelry started when I was a teenager and loved to go shopping with my mom.  My mother and I would go to the most exclusive jewelry stores and looked at all the jewelry designers in all of the departments.  Since we didn’t have the means for most of this merchandise, we would try to emulate the styles by making our own jewelry.  I was tuned into the jewelry design and materials used in each piece. In high school, I took every art class that was offered and studied at San Diego State as an art minor. 

    I have lived in Encinitas with my husband for the past 33 years, Since I am retired from teaching, I now have the time to be creative and work on my jewelry craft.  I work with wire wrapping techniques in sterling silver, silver plate, gold plate, and gold filled and use many different gem stones, especially with pearls, in my pieces. They are all unique and one-of-a-kind. I still am studying art design and keep up to date with jewelry trends as they appear on the market!

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