#Giveaway! Sterling Silver and Amethyst Earrings

#Giveaway! Sterling Silver and Amethyst Earrings by Sitara CollectionsAccording to The Crystal Council, amethyst is a variety of quartz and achieves its distinctive purple color from gamma irradiation and trace amounts of iron. Although most of the world’s supply of amethyst is currently mined in Brazil and Uruguay, the USA also has amethyst deposits in Maine, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Montana and Colorado.

I’ve actually had a lifelong love affair with amethyst. As a teen, I was given a beautiful amethyst bead bracelet by a beloved aunt, which I still wear often. And, I’ve added to my “collection” with amethyst necklaces and even more lovely bracelets, worn in multiples. But, amethyst earrings are one of my favorite ways to showcase this stunning gemstone. The vibrant color and sparkle are always so eye-catching. And, when paired with gleaming sterling silver, it’s a hard combination to beat.

A personal fave? The striking sterling and amethyst Riya Earrings by Sitara Collections, pictured. The design, a simple but elegant coiled silhouette, draws the eye straight to the cut gemstone’s brilliant depths (with sparkle to spare, my photo does not do them justice!). The earrings are suspended by French ear wires and are delicate enough for daytime wear, but offer plenty of pizazz for the evening, too. (Dimensions: 1.125″ L x .44″ W) Retail $38

Sitara Collections is one of those companies that I’ve simply fallen in love with since discovering them a few years ago. Not only does this company offer beautiful pieces such as the sterling and amethyst earrings, they also do so much good in the world. For example, these earrings are handmade by skilled Indian artisans who are paid fairly for their beautiful designs. Not only are they well compensated, this arrangement allows them to keep traditional craftsmanship alive, while working from their own villages.

The company is also dedicated to giving back. A portion of every sale goes to the Helping Children Succeed Foundation! This is a 501 c(3) organization that provides essential funding for a children’s village school in India.

In addition to the sterling and amethyst earrings, a few of my other favorite finds include sterling silver and citrine earrings, rainbow moonstone pendants, and multi-stone cocktail rings. To see more gorgeous handmade gemstone jewelry for women, visit Sitara Collections. (Fair Warning: I guarantee you will want everything!)

Now, one lucky Susan Said… WHAT?! reader will win a pair of beautiful Amethyst and Sterling Silver Earrings from Sitara Collections!  To enter, simply use our easy Rafflecopter form. This giveaway is available for readers in the CONTINENTAL USA, aged 18+. Odds are determined by the number of entries received.  Giveaway ends 8-10-2021. Good Luck!

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DISCLAIMER: No financial compensation was received in exchange for this post. I did, however, receive a sample of the earrings mentioned above in order to fully evaluate its workmanship. Regardless, I only recommend products or services that I believe will be beneficial for my readers.

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  1. 22
    Vera H Godley

    Hmmm…. I left a comment but it isn’t showing.
    1. I love amethyst, garnet or rubies, aquamarines
    2. I don’t have pierced ears so can’t wear but I have 4 daughters and 2 of them would look gorgeous in them.

  2. 23
    Vera H Godley

    i love the colorful semi-precious gemstones such as aquamarine, and amethyst. Real rubies are stunningly beautiful. Of course, nothing quite beats a high quality diamond. These earrings are stunning but I can’t wear them since I never pierced my ears. I have 4 grown daughters and know of 2 who would look great wearing these earrings.

  3. 51
    foolsmoon2021

    My favorite gemstone is diamond. Does that count, lol. I would wear these earrings out to dinner. I would keep them for myself. My favorite piece of jewelry is a necklace. Thanks for the giveaway!

    • 59
      Susan

      I love garnet, as well. And, Sitara has a STUNNING pair of garnet earrings that I gave my daughter for Christmas this year. Affordable, too!

  4. 65
    annfantom8133

    Peridot and rubies are my favorite gemstones. If I won, I would give these earrings to my mom.

    abfantom at yahoo dot com

  5. 67
    Ashley Trail

    I am in love with amber and turquoise, but my best girl friend loves purple and she would love to get these earrings!

  6. 68
    Hesper Fry

    Amethyst is actually my favorite. I would keep these as they are so pretty! Necklaces are my favorite type of jewelry

  7. 69
    Aaron

    I would shre these earrings with my special friend Jill. She would look even more beautiful. I have no favorite gemstone and no nothing about jewelry.

    • 82
      Lauryn R

      Amethyst is both mine, my mom’s, and my husband’s birthstone so it is my favorite gemstone! I would keep these for myself.

  8. 95
    tat2gurlzrock

    Opal is my favorite since it is my birthstone. But purple is my favorite color so I think these are really pretty!

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