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925 Sterling Silver Spanish town Salamanca Traditional Salamancan Filigree Charro Stud Earrings

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Indulge in the rich cultural heritage of Spain with our 925 Sterling Silver Salamanca Traditional Salamancan Filigree Charro Stud Earrings. Inspired by the traditional jewelry of Salamanca, a historic town in Spain, these earrings feature intricate filigree work that will transport you to the romantic and historic streets of this charming town.

Crafted with care from high-quality sterling silver, these earrings are durable and long-lasting, making them the perfect addition to your jewelry collection. Measuring 0.66"x0.66" (17X17mm), these earrings are the perfect size to make a statement without being too heavy or cumbersome.

The stunning filigree design of these earrings is a testament to the intricate artistry that has been passed down through generations of Spanish jewelry makers. The Salamanca filigree style is characterized by its delicate, lace-like patterns that are often combined with the Charro style, a traditional style of cowboy dress that is still popular in certain parts of Spain.

Wearing these earrings is a way to connect with the rich cultural heritage of Spain and to add a touch of elegance and sophistication to any outfit. These earrings make for a unique and meaningful gift for anyone with a connection to Spanish culture or a love for traditional jewelry.

Whether you're exploring the historic streets of Salamanca or simply adding a touch of Spanish flair to your everyday look, these Salamanca Traditional Salamancan Filigree Charro Stud Earrings are sure to make a lasting impression. So why wait? Add them to your collection today and experience the beauty and sophistication of Spanish traditional jewelry.


The origins of the button charro are extremely obscure and very difficult to explain, and there are several theories about it. Due to its traditional shape, there are those who maintain that it is a deformation of a solar disk of Celtic or Celtiberian character and that it could be used as an ornament or distinctive sign since the time of the High Empire, back in the second and first centuries BC.

It is known that certain Roman positions used small ornaments to join pieces of clothing, such as the toga and that they were used by assimilation among the Visigoths so that the appearance of this button could be a deformation of those. However, the fact that its spatial scope is reduced to part of the current Province of Salamanca and the south of Zamora suggests the button as an element of its own that survived the Muslim domination. Since the seventeenth century, it has been frequently used in charro costumes as a piece of silver. Its relationship with some forms of damascene makes others think of possible Mudejar derivations, a fact that is sustained by the concentric character of the balls that form it and the absence of empty spaces. As a piece of a goldsmith, it would survive the Reconquest, although reduced to strictly rural areas (there are no plastic representations of it until the seventeenth century). In any case, it became very important from that date as a distinctive element of being and feeling in Salamanca.

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