Maximos Zachariadis Amphora Onyx Hoop Pendant Earrings


Onyx Amphora Pendant Hoop Earrings

Onyx, Gold finish hoops

Pendant Size:  2.4cm, Drop Length:  3.8cm


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Editor’s Notes:  One-of-a-kind gold plated hoop earrings with beautiful Amphora shaped onyx pendants. These elegant earrings can be worn day or night. Help draw the eyes to them with a turtle neck or round neck top.

Size and Fit:  Pendant measures 2.4cm long. Total drop measures 3.8cm long.

MAXIMOS Jewellery: Designing jewellery since 1989, Maximos creates exclusive collections for prestigious fashion houses, jewellery stores, galleries and museums worldwide. Discover more about renowned Greek jewellery designer MAXIMOS Zachariadis in Jeweller Bio above.

Product Information: A gemstone for good fortune and protection, black onyx is thought to absorb and transform negative energy. These small gold finished hoop earrings showcase hand-carved black onyx amphora shaped pendants. Beautifully presented in Maximos Jewellery packaging.

An amphora is a type of container of a characteristic shape and size, descending from at least as early as the Neolithic Period. Amphorae were used in vast numbers for the transport and storage of various products, both liquid and dry, but mostly for wine.


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Jeweller Bio

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Maximos Zachariadis

Jeweller Bio:  A fan of clean geometric forms, Greek jewellery designer Maximos Zachariadis translates jewels into a pieces of art that can be worn and appreciated every day.

A graduate of the Philadelphia University of Arts in Jewellery and Metalsmithing, Maximos has been designing jewellery since 1989 and has created exclusive collections for prestigious fashion houses, jewellery stores, galleries and museums worldwide.

Inspired by his Greek heritage, Maximos Zachariadis first designed the Amphora Collection for the British Museum.

Discover more about independent jeweller Maximos Zachariadis in blog post ‘Meet The Jewellers’ here…



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