Swedish blue ripple earring
The stone which comes from the slag is known as Swedish blue slag because they originated from a small village in Sweden where slag was dumped in the 16th and 17th century. Precisely talking about the village from where the Swedish blue slag originated is Angelsberg. Interestingly, the village was found in 1681 and was home to the most modern iron production plants between 1700 and 1800. The region has been known for its iron smelting since the 13th century, but the arrival of the factories has made it possible to increase production significantly. It is also important to know that from where this stone derived its unique blue color. The iron from Ängelsberg was known as top quality in the modern world. The Swedish blue slag is the by-product of iron which is derived from a unique method of production. These remains of the iron production have a beautiful and unique blue color. These stones are tumbled, polished and cut into beautiful matching pairs.
Swinging in a brushed sterling silver setting with two teardrop hoops rippling out from the stone, with three hinges for fluid movement and a longer ear wire for style and balance.
2.5 inches long and 1.5 inches at the widest point. Lightweight and luxurious.