Add a little bit of understated luxury to your everyday outfit with these handmade & individual, oxidised sterling silver and 24ct gold, textured, long, drop earrings.
Part of the LINEAR series, discreet and easy to wear everyday, yet unusual enough that you know you’re wearing something completely unique.
Square studs and drop versions are also available, and a matching necklace completes the set. If you prefer a brighter look, these earrings also come in a polished silver version.
0.8 × 0.6 × 4.5 cm
Do not use a silver polishing cloth on oxidised silver jewellery if you want to keep the patina. Instead, a soft bristle brush will remove any dirt.
The LINEAR series is a collection of necklaces and earrings all handmade using the same traditional gold-smithing techniques. Each piece produced goes through the same process, but ends up with its own look and character.
Handmade in Scotland from sterling silver and 24ct gold. Sheets of silver are repeatedly heated and cooled to leave a layer of fine silver on top before being heated one final time to texturise them. The texturing technique, called reticulation, creates a different texture each time. 24ct gold is then carefully applied by hand, using heat and pressure, to permanently fuse the two precious metals together.
These earrings are then dipped in a solution to produce a darkened surface patina. The silver is immediately darkened, while the 24ct gold is left untouched, producing a lovely contrast between the two metals. Over time, the silver will brighten up, which only helps to create a more individual look.
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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