Jewellery and spiritual gifts with meaning to wish good luck, protection, safekeeping, success and well-being
Indalo Man earrings ~ gold-filled, dancing
Gift the spirit of luck
These delightful gold-filled earrings feature the lucky Indalo - a symbol of protection and good fortune.
Inspire your friends or loved-ones to be lucky and positive by sending them these unique earrings as a meaningful present. It would make a lovely gift - whether for a special event or occasion, or to show them that you are thinking about them and that you care.
Description: These Gold-Filled earrings measure approx 28mm in length including the hanging wire and 10mm in width. (Chapado de oro.)
Is Gold-Filled the same as Gold-Plated / Vermeil? No, it is much better: Gold-Filled is a layer of solid gold, pressure-bonded into another metal (in our case 925 sterling silver). Whereas Gold-Plating is a very thin layer of gold that is 'plated' onto the surface of a variety of other metals. (Vermeil just means that the plated item is made of silver: Nothing more; it is still just Gold-Plated.) So, Gold-Filled has a much higher value than simple Gold-Plating or Vermeil because it contains a much greater quantity of gold; and is of higher quality because of the way that gold is included: Once termed “Rolled-Gold” it has a long history - although the modern process wasn't patented until Victorian times in England. It is much more precious and tarnish-resistant than Gold-Plated / Vermeil: It does not rub off or flake or change colour. No es baño de oro, sino chapado oro: El chapado que llevan las piezas es de 2,5 micras, lo que equivale a un chapado oro de 23 kilates.
:)- Gift-Wrapped :)- Free information card (see photo) about the lucky Indalo :)- Personal message can be added :)- Rapid shipping
Everyone needs a guiding spirit to help them through some of life's challenges. Maybe these magical Indalos could help. They come gift-wrapped, like all our presents (with an information card about the Indalo) - and we can print a personal message on your behalf.
More information about the Indalo lucky symbol . .