For frog lovers and admirers of ancient Central and South American art, these earrings are perfect for your collection. In Costa Rica, frogs were a popular symbolic motif, commonly associated with the creation of the sea. It is thought that the spirals found in many cast frogs are meant to symbolize water. Reproduced from the collections of the Penn Museum, these earrings are made of gold-plated pewter with surgical steel wires and hang approximately 2.5 inches long.
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