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Maxi Draper Earrings - Andradite Garnet and Mastodon Fossil

Maxi Draper Earrings - Andradite Garnet and Mastodon Fossil

Regular price $3,600.00
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  • 18K Yellow Gold
  • Garnet & Mastodon Fossil


We ship our items via UPS fully insured with signature required. Tracking will be provided. If you are unable to sign for your package (UPS attempts delivery three times), and it is returned to APJ, you are responsible for any additional shipping fees that are incurred. For any questions regarding shipping, email

Production Time

While we do have a selection of ready to ship items, if an item is not in stock, or is a special order, it can take up to eight weeks to receive. If you have a question about the timing of an item, please contact us (

Care + Repair

We stand by our products; however, jewelry is fragile. You should treat your jewelry kindly - do not shower, swim, move furniture, work out with your jewelry on, or complete other physically strenuous activities. Avoid chemicals such as lotion, perfume, cosmetics, etc. Take off your jewelry before you go to bed and put it on as the last step of getting dressed. If you have any questions about how to care for your piece, please reach out and we can advise you. 

If, within 60 days of the purchase date, you have an issue with any of your items, please email us and we will help find a solution. We reserve the right to refuse any repairs if we suspect the items are intentionally misused, damaged, or abused. If you have a repair after 60 days of your purchase date, we will be happy to help for an additional charge plus shipping and handling.

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Rush Jewelry Design

Growing up in New York City was an experience that would shape Jen’s fashion sense and aesthetic forever. Since she was a child, Jen Rush always loved taking cherished objects from the past and making them her own. As her life grew to include a family, art, and travel, she began to channel that energy into designing jewelry – creating pieces that she wanted to wear herself but was unable to find elsewhere.

Jen Rush launched RJD in 2013 with the goal of creating family heirloom-worthy jewelry that is exceptional, wearable, clean, edgy, and crafted in New York City. Rooted in vintage designs, her pieces tell a story. Whether that story is personal, about the material, or about the design process itself, it’s important that objects say something about the person wearing them.