About Petoskey Stone:
Petoskey Stone is a fossilized coral that lived 350 million years ago during the Devonian age when the northern part of Michigan was covered with a sea of warm water. The scientific name is Hexagonaria percarinata (Hexagonaria meaning having six sides). The name comes from an Ottawa Indian Chief, Chief Pet-O-Segay. Petosegay, meaning "rising sun", "rays of dawn" or "sunbeams of promise. Petoskey stones can be found along the shores of Northern Michigan. These beachcombers delights are highly sought after and treasured.
Petoskey Stone and Sea Glass Earrings Sterling Silver AE-1053
I've taken two nuggets of Petoskey Stones and combined it with a piece of frosted white sea glass. Two 4mm sterling silver balls finish the earrings. The Petoskey Stones and sea glass can move freely on the sterling silver wires. The total length of the earrings measure about 1.75 inches from the base of the sterling silver fish hook ear wires.
Petoskey Stone Earrings Sterling Silver AE-1054
Single pieces of Petoskey stone are flanked by 4 mm sterling silver balls. As you move, the stones will move with you. Just the thing to remember your vacation in Northern Michigan ...haven't been to Michigan? Maybe these will bring you here! These lightweight Petoskey Stones earrings measure about 1.5 inches long.
Petoskey Stone Earrings Sterling Silver AE-1055
Single pieces of well polished Petoskey Stones and 4mm silver balls are dangling on silver hoops. These are a littler heavier Petoskey stone earrings, but still very comfortable to wear. The earrings measure just over 1.5 inches from the base of the sterling silver fish hook ear wire.
Petoskey Stone Trio Earrings Sterling Silver AE-1056
A trio of top drilled pieces of Petoskey Stones freely move on sterling silver hoops. The earrings measure about 1.5 inches from the base of the sterling silver fish hook ear wires. A great pair of Petoskey Stone earrings to add to your collection.