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Tina Turner Earrings

Tina Turner Earrings

  • Miyuki Delica Glass Seed Beads; Size 15
  • Hematite
  • C-Lon Thread
  • 14k Gold Filled Ear Wires


Length ⇢ 3 and 3/8 inches 

Width ⇢ 5/8 inches


These ivory & gold hematite fringe earrings will match any outfit! They are the perfect statement earring for those who appreciate simplicity  & understated elegance. While the average fringe earring is relatively large, our fringe earrings maintain most of their size in their length rather than their width. This keeps them from being too bulky & bothersome (or in-face-ive). These ~3.5" long earrings are only a little more than 1/2" wide, making them the perfect size to compliment an outfit, rather than outshine one.


This pair of earrings is part of the Musicista Donna Collection, which celebrates the iconic style of the 1970's - a time when statement, bohemian, fringe, dangle, & yellow gold described the earrings that were on trend. Each piece of jewelry in the collection is named after an iconic female musician of the time period.

For more information about this collection, visit our blog post titled "Musicista Donna"!


We use high quality Miyuki Delica Glass Seed Beads & C-Lon thread. These earrings are made with size 15 beads - the smallest size seed bead available! While the tiny beads are more difficult to use & require more beads per earring, they look & sit better in the fringe earring setting. 

  • Known as the "Queen of Rock N Roll," Tina Turner rose to fame in the early 1960's as a duet with her husband, Ike Turner. After separating from Ike in 1978 she started her solo career. Her debut album, Private Dancer, sold more than 20 million copies worldwide & earned her 3 Grammys, including best female vocal performance for her single, "Whats Love Got To Do With It." The single became Turner's signature song. 

    With a discography including 10 studio, 2 live, 17 video, & 2 soundtrack albums, 2 autobiographies, & a self help book, Ike & Tina Turner were inducted into the Rock N Roll Hall of Fame - of which only 8% of all inductees are women. She received the Kennedy Center Honor in 2005 & a Grammy Award for Lifetime Acheivement in 2018. That same year a jukebox musical was written about her life, debuting on Broadway in 2019. Two years later, her life was the center of the documentary Tina. In 2021, she was inducted into the Rock N Roll Hall of Fame (again) as a solo act.

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