These unique handmade earrings are simple yet fabulous. Cupped in the front of a long silver trough is a busy cluster of tiny red seed beads and Swarovski crystals, backed by a contrasting neat line of glossy dark red beads, so these fantastic long studs give you colour from every angle. Each earring is individual, even in its pair, making them as organic as nature herself. Their long thin form will help to lengthen yours neck when worn either casually with a T-shirt or out for a special occasion.
Length : 4cm
Fittings: silver post and butterfly
Take a look at this style of earring in green.
Nature’s Way is a collection of jewellery designed for people who find joy in colour, texture and beautiful things. Each piece is lovingly handmade, totally unique and inspired by my fascination of nature in all its minute detail. I combine beautiful materials to create jewellery that really stands out and will get you noticed.
The design process is as organic as the inspiration. Starting with an idea sparked by what I have seen around me, on woodland walks and at the seaside, each design then blossoms as the materials combine and show me the way. I use tiny glass beads like an artist uses a paint pallet, building up the final picture as I sew each one on individually. This method of working ensures each piece is one of a kind.
Is your purchase a gift? This beautiful pair of earrings will come beautifully wrapped in tissue and placed in a handmade fabric pouch.
Care Instructions: The best way to clean your extra special jewellery and keep it looking it’s best for longer, is to regularly rub the silver over with a silver cloth. However, to remove deeper tarnish it can be quickly dipped in silver dip and then immediately placed in clean water to rise. Leave them on an absorbent tissue to dry naturally for a few hours or overnight.
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If you’d like to find out more about the designing and making of these earrings please click here to read How To – a glimpse into the jewellery design process 1