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Looking for the perfect something blue? 77 Diamonds is giving you the chance to win these incredible diamond and aquamarine earrings worth £1,500, the most sparkling addition to your wedding dress you'll ever find!
By gracefully introducing two large pear-shaped aquamarines, these winged earrings form a subtle movement that follows the curve of your ear. Three round brilliant diamonds follow to add contrast and accentuate this design's stunning ocean-blue colour.
Not only can these sparkling earrings be your something blue, aquamarines also hold special symbolism. Their clear colour symbolises hope, peace and harmony a meaningful touch on your wedding day, and every day after that!
This design is part of 77 Diamonds' latest Gaia Collection, which features a range of colourful gems combined with clear-white diamonds. Symbolising earth and mother to all living beings, Gaia is a powerful figure in Greek mythology. Through a selection of colourful earrings, rings and necklaces, 77 Diamonds pays homage to the strength of nature: a formidable force, yet capable of creating the most delicate gems.
This is why fine jewellery is so special, it's something that is made for your moment, and will eventually become a family heirloom you can pass down generations. Now is your chance to own a little piece of history, and make it yours.
County Wedding Magazines has teamed up with 77 Diamonds to give readers the chance to win a pair of glittering Gaia earrings. Set in 18k white gold with two large ocean-blue aquamarines, they boast six diamonds and smaller accent diamonds with a total carat weight of 1.33ct and a value of £1,500.
For your chance to win, simply answer the following question and complete the form below before Friday, 8 April 2022.