The word cairn originates from a Gaelic term for “heap of stones.” to guide the traveler. Buddhist writers describe the construction of a cairn as a form of worship, a way to ask for good fortune or an effort to balance energies.
The simple cairn earrings are made of three colorful river pebbles and accented with antique copper beads. They are finished on antique copper french hook ear wires.
These dangle earrings are very lightweight.