Sukkot Earrings- Lulav and Etrog Topaz
These Jewish Earrings Sukkot – Lulav and Etrog are adorable for the Jewish holiday Sukkot. It begins on Wed. Oct 8. It’s the holiday of first fruits, celebrating the harvest. The etrog in real life is a yellow fruit from Israel and has a delightful scent. The lulav are green.
Yellow topaz rondelle glass beads dangle from the fishhook earwires. The etrog charms are pewter and are extremely detailed. The findings are all silver plated. I used fishhook earwires, but leverback earwires are available for an additional cost. Add a note to seller when you check out.
Please note that the earrings are not vertically matched because of the different lengths of the charms.
If you’d like, you can have 2 matching charms, 2 lulav or 2 etrog – just let me know in Notes to Seller.
Topaz is a common gemstone that has been used for centuries in jewelry. Its golden brown to yellow color is classic but is confused with the less valuable citrine, which is sometimes wrongly sold under the name topaz. The blue topaz that is often confused with aquamarine is rarely natural and is produced by irradiating and then heating clear crystals.
Topaz is the hardest silicate mineral and one of the hardest minerals in nature. Topaz crystals can reach incredible size of several hundred pounds. Topaz can make very attractive mineral specimens due to their high luster, nice colors and well formed and multifaceted crystals.
Topaz may be colorless, yellow, orange, red, blue and green.
I can also use Judaica charms for other holidays, matzah, Passover seder plate, etc.
Note: Topaz is the birthstone for November (Scorpio). If you’d like to design birthstone earrings, a bracelet or a ring, let me know and I’d be happy to work with you.