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Try Not to Become Obsessed with Our Onyx Earrings

Onyx just sounds powerful doesn't it? Say it out loud. ONYX. Try out the power with our onyx earrings. Onyx is a variety of chalcedony that features a fine texture with a smooth black hue. You might see white bands or ribbons against the black background, but onyx is often dyed to achieve the all over black color. It is often cut into beads or cabochons, but you'll also see it in faceted or carved states.

Onyx doesn't quite have the sheen of hematite - another dark stone – but it does achieve that bold contrast when placed alongside other gems, or when set into shimmering metal. It serves as the perfect accent on sterling silver pieces, from our earrings and beyond.

Onyx was popular with the ancient Romans and Greeks. The name comes from the Greek word for fingernail, "onux." Legend has it that Cupid cut the fingernails of the goddess Venus while she was sleeping and then scattered the clippings on sand where the fates turned them into a stone so that no part of her body would perish. The Romans narrowed the term onyx to black and dark brown colored stones, while white and reddish brown variations were called sardonyx. Own the intensity and darkness of the look of our onyx earrings, and then literally own a pair, or two.