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Bali Designs Multicut Green Chalcedony 2-Tone Earrings

Bali Designs by Robert Manse Multicut Green Chalcedony 2-Tone Drop Earrings

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Bali Designs by Robert Manse Multicut Green Chalcedony 2-Tone Drop Earrings
Bali is rich with natural tropical fruits in all shades of the rainbow. These green chalcedony drop earrings represent the exotic ambarella fruit, a delicacy that grows low on tropical trees. The deep green fruit closely resembles the briolette-cut of this accessory, which is framed with intricate, traditional Balinese scrollwork. Get a taste of delicious exotic jewelry every time you wear them!

Design Information

  • Sterling silver earrings each have a bezel-set, cushion-cut chalcedony at stud with a scrollwork and 18K gold-accented frame
  • Bezel-set, round chalcedony link
  • Drop of prong-set, pear chalcedony at center of a scrollwork and 18K gold-accented frame

Good to Know

  • Gemstones and pearls are sometimes treated to enhance their natural beauty. To learn more and find out about care instructions see details.


  • Due to the composition and natural properties of mined gemstones, the product image may show slight differences to the actual stone in color saturation, tone, hue or other gemstone characteristics such as phenomena, color banding and color matrix.


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Measurements: Approx. 1-1/2"L x 1/2"W
Metal Type: Sterling silver, gold
Metal Color: White, yellow
Metal Stamp: .925, 18K
Findings: Pierced with omega backs
Finish: Oxidized, polished
Additional Features: Handcrafted
Country of Origin: Indonesia;
Packaging: Boxed

Stone Information (all sizes and weights approximate)

Color-Enhanced Green Chalcedony: Cushion (5x5mm), round (3mm), pear (13x8mm); mined in Brazil


Bali Designs by Robert Manse Multicut Green Chalcedony 2-Tone Drop Earrings
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  • Just love these earrings!

    Wanted a nice pair of green earrings for Spring. These are so nice just the right length. Good quality stones with great color. Also bought the necklace for a pulled together look.

    lilabeth, DE
    Was this review helpful? 1 out of 1 found this review helpful
  • Classy, beautiful earrings!

    I ordered these earrings to wear for my son's wedding. They are beautiful! The color green is rich and deep, like the finest emeralds. Gorgeous! I love the way the gems are faceted. This is my first purchase of this jewelry line, and I know I'll be back for more. By the way Robert, I love watching you on HSN! You always make me laugh!

    quietgirl46, IL
    Was this review helpful? 5 out of 5 found this review helpful
  • Love that Green!

    These are beautiful but they do pinch my ears. I hope they streach by keep wearing them. I am groing to try them again.

    Tootie155, OH
    Was this review helpful? 2 out of 2 found this review helpful
  • Just OK

    I ordered the green chalcedony earrings to match the Robert Manse bracelet of the same color. The bracelet was such a huge disappointment that although the earrings are OK, I can't see keeping them at this price without a matching piece and only for occasional wear. So the earrings will be traveling back with the disappointing bracelet.

    JasmineAZ, AZ
    Was this review helpful? 3 out of 9 found this review helpful

Bali Designs by Robert Manse

Capture the secrets of paradise. Inspired by the lush landscapes and natural beauty of the world’s most exotic destinations, Robert Manse travels the globe to find craftsmen and jewelers that bring his ideas to life. His exotic jewelry collection exceeds your expectations at every turn with vibrantly colored gems that shine in sterling silver settings and intricate filigree that pays homage to the metalworking traditions of the Balinese.