Ganges delta, image from shuttle orbiter Columbia, deep glass earrings
The Ganges river delta, from shuttle orbiter Columbia during STS-87 mission, 1997.
This image shows the Ganges delta, entering the Bay of Bengal. The delta, 320km wide, is one of the most fertile and densely populated regions of the world. The southern part of the delta has a darker appearance because of tidal forests, swampland, and mangroves. The Sundarbans is the name of this forested area and it is the site of a tiger preservation project for the governments of India and Bangladesh.
The earring pendant trays measure 12mm across, and are made from silver-plated brass. The glass cabochons are 10mm across and 6mm in depth, deeper than standard cabochons, creating an interesting and lively magnifying effect.
Or choose the oval design - glass cabochons measure 18 x 13mm.
All earrings have sterling silver hooks and come in a sturdy black card gift box.