A modern, elegant take on the classic pearl earrings. Handmade from polished sterling silver and gorgeous peacock coloured, freshwater cultured pearls, these long geometric earrings are a contemporary update and work with pretty much everything. These long stud earrings have been developed as part of the GEOM series, which is based around circles, spheres & triangles. To contrast with the polished surface of the sterling silver, peacock dyed freshwater cultured pearls have been added, which have a beautiful blue, grey, purplish glow to them. Features sterling silver posts and butterflies.
If you prefer to wear darker jewellery, these earrings also come in oxidised sterling silver with a bright, natural white coloured freshwater cultured pearl.
1 × 0.6 × 5.5 cm
Always store pearls in a soft fabric, away from other metals, when not worn. Pearls are organic, so to avoid erosion, do not spray with perfume/ hairspray or wear while swimming/ exercising. Wipe with a soft cloth before storing and to keep them lustrous, wear as much as possible!
All handmade in Scotland, GEOM is a series of jewellery pieces all based around geometric shapes including spheres, circles, and triangles, curves & angles. Elegant, uncomplicated and easy to wear, these clean shapes allow the gorgeous materials used, to really shine. Sterling silver or 9ct gold frames, either polished or textured, with semi-precious stones in neutral colours such as howlite, onyx and malachite available.
Matching necklaces and earrings make great gifts, or keep it simple everyday with just a pair of earrings.
Artist Return Policy :
This item cannot be returned.
Under the consumer contract regulations, you have the right to cancel your order up to 14 days from the day you receive your goods.
You could notify us of your wish to cancel the order by emailing us, and then you have further 14 days from the date you notify to return the goods.
Lisa Crockard makes handmade & 3d printed contemporary jewellery from her studio in Paisley, Scotland. Using mainly silver and gold, with semi-precious stones, she combines a range of traditional and modern processes and techniques to create geometric and architecturally inspired, unique pieces.
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