Raffle Convertible Earrings - Liz Stefany
Ticket sales for the Jewelry for Wildlife Fundraiser are now closed. Winners will be randomly selected and notified by November 7th, 2023.
Liz's convertible earrings are one of nine pieces available in the Jewelry for Wildlife Fundraiser. There is a maximum of 100 tickets available per piece, with the last day to buy tickets being October 31st. Winners will be randomly selected and then notified by Tuesday, November 7th, 2023.
Convertible Earring Specs: Designed as earrings that can be transformed into pendants, this design can be worn as one, two, or three pieces. Crafted in tarnish-resistant Argentium sterling silver, and 18k gold, this is a unique one-of-a-kind suite that features responsibly sourced gemstones donated by Columbia Gem House.
Size worn as earrings only: 53mm overall length (including ear wire).
Size worn as earrings & necklace: Earrings approximately 20mm in length (including ear wire), and pendants approximately 19mm wide x 34mm tall.
Chain length: Adjustable 20 inch chain with a heart-shaped charm detail at clasp.
Featured gemstones: Two 10mm Cortez Pearls®, 3mm Grape Garnets®, 4x2mm Nigerian Tourmaline Baguettes, and 3mm Neon Green Beryl Triangles.
How to convert to earrings with pendants: Remove lower pyramid section of the earrings and flip so the pearls point down. Thread the chain through the small ring on the backside of the triangular component with tourmaline and beryl.
About the Project: This project is a fundraising raffle benefiting wildlife rescue, rehabilitation and research along the Sonoran Coast of Mexico. 100% of ticket sales will be donated to CRRIFS, a non-profit that works directly with the Cortez Pearl Farm; the very same farm where the pearls you see in Liz's piece come from.
To learn more about this project, click here.
Vote for Liz's Design: Liz's piece is also part of the concurring MJSA Responsibly Sourced Design Challenge. You can vote for Liz's design as your favorite through October 31st, 2023.
Liz Stefany is a jewelry designer and the owner of Carrabassett Valley Jewelry in Carrabassett Valley, Maine.