Carla Floating Opal Dangle Earrings in Sterling

# 001-210-02072 In Stock

Carla Floating Opal Dangle Earrings in Sterling

# 001-210-02072 In Stock

Floating Opal Dangle Earrings in Sterling

The beauty of the floating opal earring is timeless.These sterling silver piecesfeature 8mm glass globes with rough pieces of natural opal that are captive inside the globe. They drop sweetly from theearr on leverback findings. These are one of our favorites. Would you love these Floating Opal Dangle Earrings in Sterling?

$149.95
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Product Details

Details

sterling silver
8mm glass globe (it will break if dropped) with rough opal pieces
pierced earrings
lever backs

Name Floating Opal Dangle Earrings in Sterling
Stock Number 001-210-02072
Style Number 61-884
Department Fashion
Type Earrings
Sub Type Drops & Dangles, Sterling Silver Earrings, Unique
Style October, Opal
Materials Opal, Sterling Silver
Categories 14th Anniversary, 12th Anniversary

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In the late 19th Century, Rhode Island was the leading jewelry manufacturing state in the US. Of the state’s 147 jewelry companies, 142 were located in Providence’s Jewelry District, a cross section located in downtown Providence. As the leading jewelry manufacturing state, each company had their own niche, from precious metal jewelry to costume jewelry. Before Nicholas DeCristofaro Sr. started Carla Corporation, he was a prominent member in silver jewelry manufacturing as a cofounder of Beaucraft. A hard working toolmaker and craftsmen by trade, Nicholas wanted to start a gold jewelry company that offered high quality products with the best service to both large and small retailers. He believed it was important that small businesses were afforded the same quality service and opportunities as large retailers. It is with this belief that Carla Corporation was founded. In January of 1965 Nicholas established Carla Corporation with his son in law Ralph Fleming joining him shortly after in 1968. The company started buying and selling finished product as well as making its own findings and finished jewelry to distribute to the small independent retail Jewelers. The company grew rapidly and soon became one of the leading earring manufacturing companies in ...