Harmony Ball Earrings
The following is a selection of Harmony Ball Earrings which match the traditional Balinese Harmony Balls
available from the huge range available in our Harmony Ball section. There is also a section of Matching Sets of Harmony Ball and the matching Earrings for your shopping
This is a MUST READ
ARTICLE .... Beware 'Fake Sterling Silver' Harmony
As it is with many other items, Chinese manufacturers are producing ‘copies’ of
Balinese Harmony Ball pendants (and have been for many years now), and the deception is that these copies are
NOT made from Sterling Silver – they are merely ‘coated’ with sterling silver. These Harmony Balls are made
from a poor quality Brass alloy or Alpaca, a low grade material made from a hotch botch of minerals (often
passed off as Sterling Silver) and then coated. These fake sterling silver Harmony Balls are found on all
types of sites on the internet, some are big name reputable sites (read
HERE for Harmony Ball Earrings
Yin Yang Harmony Ball Earrings - Sterling Silver Harmony Ball Earrings with Smooth Polished Sterling Silver finish
Harmony Ball Earrings with Brass Chime Ball in Sterling Silver Filigree
Harmony Ball Earrings embossed with Butterflies - Sterling SilverHarmony Ball Earrings embossed with Raised Hearts - Sterling Silver
Harmony Ball Earrings in Antique Sterling Silver finish Harmony Ball Earrings embossed with Flowers - Sterling Silver
Harmony Ball Earrings embossed with the 'Circles of Life' pattern - Sterling Silver
HERE for many more Harmony Ball Earrings and Harmony
About Harmony Ball Earrings
Harmony Ball Pendants are typically worn as necklaces however the unique charm of the Harmony Ball is also
available as Earrings.
The Balinese Harmony Ball or Mayan Bola makes a soft chiming sound with the wearer’s movement. These pendants
originate in Balinese and Mayan cultures and have become a popular form of jewellery in recent years throughout the
world. The typical Harmony Ball varies in size from about 12mm through to 30mm in diameter and up to 50 mm in
length including the stem on a Dream Ball.
It is the small 12mm Harmony Balls that are used for making earrings. As is the case with most Harmony Balls and
Dream Balls the earrings are hand made from sterling silver by village silversmiths using traditional methods
handed down through many generations.
Combining Harmony Ball Earrings with a Harmony Ball Pendant Necklace creates the perfect matching set. These
Harmony Ball earrings come in many different styles and generally reflect designs of traditional cultural symbols
representing significant life meanings and things like flowers and butterflies.
The ornate designs of the Harmony Ball earrings coupled with the gentle soothing chime sound make them a very
desirable jewellery item.
The soft chiming sound of the traditional harmony ball is said to soothe the wearer, reducing stress and anxiety.
The Dream Ball combines the chiming ball of the Harmony Ball pendant with a hollow pipe like stem at the top of the
pendant. In Balinese culture a wearer of a Dream Harmony Ball will write down their dreams and / or aspirations on
a small piece of paper or parchment and roll it to fit inside the hollow stem of the pendant. This is then sealed
with a gemstone as the cap at the end of the pipe-like stem. This stem and the use of the gemstones generally
differentiates the standard harmony ball pendant from the more ornate dream ball pendant.
So now you can wear harmony ball earrings with your harmony ball pendant to have the matching look.
Matching Sets of Harmony Ball and Harmony Ball Earrings are available from Harmony Ball Pendants
About the Author: Mike OShannessy is an expert in Balinese Harmony Balls and writes for a number of
online jewellery sites
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