These earrings feature a single charm dangling from a Sterling Silver wire. The charm is a penny with a cross stamped out of the center. These beautiful earrings are perfect for the jewelry minimalist. They pair beautifully with other Christian Jewelry or can make a statement on their own. They are a part of the Heaven Sent™ jewelry collection.
- Sterling Silver
- Dangle is approximately .75 inches (19mm)
- Charm is made from a penny that has had a cross stamped into it by a local Ministry and its partners
- Photo(s) may have been enlarged and/or enhanced
- Made in the U.S.A.
The Heaven Sent™ jewelry collection was inspired by the angels that walk among us. The Bible says that we entertain angels unaware. “Do not neglect to show hospitality to strangers for thereby some have entertained angels unaware.” (Hebrews 13:2).
At a recent pop-up event, a young man about 10 years old walked into my “store” looking to purchase something for his mom. He said that he was going to save up his money, but as he looked around, the look on his face went from blissful to disheartened. He knew that the jewelry was more than he could afford.
That discouraged look on his face led me to go home that night and make a pair of earrings that would become the foundation of the Heaven Sent™ collection. (Yes, he was the first to get a pair of earrings from the collection.)
Later, as I was creating the advertisement for Heaven Sent™, I was reminded by the floating pennies of the pennies that my mother and I would find after my family lost my little brother over a decade ago. She tells the story of how this little boy that she and my father raised would always leave little treasures in his pockets. She would find them along with all of his pocket change when she was doing the laundry. That story led to the charm necklace which is a part of this collection.
We must always remember every day that we entertain angels unaware. Every person that we interact with is a blessing, but we may not recognize the blessing at that time. The blessing may be revealed to us at a later date, still there is always a blessing in every encounter.