Leslie Greene Sterling Diamond Accent Hoop & Charm Earrings

Leslie Greene Sterling Diamond Accent Hoop & Charm Earrings
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360 degrees of shine. Millgrain work, beading, and round, bead-set diamonds give the circle charm on these hoops their unending sparkle. The openwork charm dangles from a round hoop, which has a raised, textured center and a millgrain border. From Leslie by Leslie Greene--Sterling Inspirations.

  • Sterling silver
  • Diamonds are used as accents only
  • Snap bar closure, for pierced ears only
  • Measures approximately 3/4"L x 3/8"W
  • Made in China

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J33552 - Leslie Greene Sterling Diamond Accent Hoop & Charm Earrings 3 5 5 5
I like them! Rally cute charm hoops! Comfortable and sparkly, small, but not too tiny. I would have given 5 stars, but one of the hoops does not click when closing. I love the look, but not sure of durability yet. For the price, you can't go wrong. 12-18-09
omg TINY!!!!!!!! Okay..... little diamond on a TINY earing. Meant for a child and should be priced accordingly. Not worth the $$$$$$$. A much larger version of this for a grown woman would be smashing!!!!! At least 1.5 inches long. Sorry,,,, going back. 04-01-09
simply pretty I love the little charm. It reminds me of a sand dollar. At first the hinge seemed a little tight but with some use they loosened just enough to be very comfortable. Now I find myself reaching for them regulary. I even pair the hoops up with other charms and they're just the right touch! 06-24-08
Disappointing!!! I expected these earrings to be petite, but thought they'd have enough sparkle to make them noticeable. Sadly, they do not. To me, they seem to have mostly a dullish grey tone, although the tiny diamond chips in the charm do catch the light a bit. The biggest problem with mine, however, was in the way they clasped. One of my earrring posts did not clasp tightly enough....it felt like it barely clicked into the hole and pulled out way too easily. The other post did sort of a double click as I snapped it in and the post seemed to be veering off to the side as if the hole was drilled in a crooked manner. Bottom line, these earrings, even without the clasping defect, were not worth over $60. I sent them back. 05-24-08
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