Estella Drop Earrings
18ct Gold Vermeil Rose Quartz Aqua Chalcedony
Breakfast at Neola's!
An elegant earring for that special occasion.
This stylish and sophisticated drop earring has two large pear shaped semi-precious gemstones. The earrings are available in a variety of vibrant contrasting colours, and soft pastel hues. The earrings are set in 18ct Gold Vermeil and the featured gemstones have been cut in a multifaceted manner.
Its a perfect addition to your jewellery collection.
This original designer piece has been handmade and ethically produced by our artisan craftsmen using only the finest precious metals. We only use natural precious and semi precious stones that have been hand-selected by our designer. Each stone has its individual colouring and texture, which is an intrinsic beauty of natural stones. Some stones will have lighter or darker shadings or tiny inclusions. Each piece is unique and no two pieces are identical.
Our jewellery comes presented in a branded Neola box.
The perfect gift or treat for you.
Available in 18ct Gold Vermeil on Sterling Silver: Aqua Chalcedony (soft pastel blue) , Purple Amethyst and Green Amethyst (pale green colour and clear stone), Citrine and Purple Amethyst, Rose Quartz (pastel pink) and Aqua Chalcedony (soft pastel blue) , Green Amethyst (pale green colour and clear stone) and Green Onyx, Citrine and Milky Aquamarine (Bright yellow and Cream/light blue opaque), Chrysoprase and Purple Amethyst (Bright green with lighter and darker shading and purple).
The earrings are available in 18ct Gold Vermeil on Sterling Silver and Sterling Silver
Earring length: 40mm
Top Gemstone: 20mm x 15mm
Bottom Gemstone: 13mm x 10mm
Our ring sizing guide will help you to find the perfect fit. There’s also a few points to consider:
- Your fingers expand when hot and contract when cold so measure in a median temperature.
- Rings with a wide band can feel tighter so you may want to order the next size up.
- If you’re ordering the ring as a gift for someone, try to borrow a ring from the preferred finger and use the chart below.
- Your ring should fit your finger comfortably; it should of course be snug enough so that it will not fall off, but loose enough to slide over your knuckle.
MEASURING A RING YOU ALREADY OWN
Measuring the inside diameter of your ring:
This is one of the quickest ways to measure your ring size.
- Simply select one of your rings that properly fits the intended finger.
- Measure the INSIDE diameter of the ring.
- Match the measurement to the conversion chart below. If it falls between 2 sizes, we advise you to order the larger of the two sizes.
Please note: Rings with a wider band will normally feel a bit tighter than rings with a thin band. In these cases, we recommend buying half to a full size larger than your normal size.
MEASURING YOUR FINGER
- Wrap a narrow strip of paper or piece of string comfortably around your intended finger.
- Mark the end (where it meets) and measure the distance. This is the circumference.
- Match the measurement to the circumference column in the below conversion chart. If it falls between 2 sizes, we advise you to order the larger of the two sizes.
INTERNATIONAL RING SIZE CONVERSION
If you already know your ring size in a US or European size, then please see the above conversion chart to see what this would equate to in a UK size.
BUYING A RING AS A GIFT
The best & easiest way to find out someone else’s ring size is to borrow one of their rings, making sure it is from the correct finger, and use the above Ring Scale Chart or Conversion Chart to determine its size.