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★ THIS IS A LIMITED ITEM! ★
Limited jewelry is usually re-stocked much less frequently and is harder for us to get from the manufacturer. So get it while you can, while it's available!
You need to be at least a 9/16" to get these in. The wearable area is an average of 1/2" with a 3mm insertion gap.
Approximately 2" tall by 1-1/8" wide.
Each piece weighs approximately 1.23oz. (35 grams)
Date posted: 7/8/2011
1/2" Grey agate (pair)
When the weights arrived, they looked lovely; they have subtle striping like in the photo, a soft gray with darker color variation. They are definitely not heavy, but- they were incredibly hard to get in. My ears are thick and fat, and the gap is incredibly tiny. I got it in eventually, but it was not easy. Still, they are beautiful, and at least I know they won't be falling out easily!
Date posted: 5/27/2011
7/16" Red agate (pair)
very pretty. Tough to get in but with a little work they go.
Date posted: 8/20/2009
1/2" Green agate (pair)
These babies are BEAUTIFUL! My ears are 1" and they look really nice in them. I was worried about the weight, but they aren't bad at all, I can wear them comfortably all day. The openings are pretty small so you gotta squish your ear a bit to get them in, but it keeps them from every accidentally falling out.
Date posted: 12/31/2008
Gauge purchased: 7/16
These babies are BEAUTIFUL! I got the green ones that aren't completely green. I absolutely love them. My ears are 1" and they hang very nicely. I was a bit worried about how heavy they would be, but they aren't too heavy at all. The only problem I had with them is that the insertion gap is super small so it was a little difficult to get my lobe through, but I managed, at at least I know they definitely won't fall out.
Date posted: 12/14/2008
Gauge purchased: 7/16 green agate these are so beautiful. i asked for the greenest set and that's what i got. very nice light and dareker green variation. the only possible problem is that the insertion gap is really narrow so it takes some finageling to get them in and out.