Named for the great Nubian city of Meroë, an ancient center of industry and metalworking for the Kingdom of Kush. Sharing much with their Egyptian neighbors, they went on to create so much unique beauty of their own. Known for their distinctly sharp shape, the Nubian kings built more pyramids here than all of those in Egypt. A polished piece of hammered nu-gold sits under a smaller patinated triangle that dance together while hanging from a piece of faceted peach crystal or a cylinder of white turquoise. Suspended from gold filled ear wire and sealed to protect the finish and keep from tarnishing.