These handcrafted Mawi Isle polymer clay statement earrings are part of the Isle Collection, rich reds and yellow hues a throwback to a trip to Mauritius, a beautiful volcanic island.
The collection embodies our desire for FREEDOM, featuring exclusive SCULPTURAL lagoon pieces with hand carved SOOTHING undulating reef textures and painted pops of tropical colour.
These earrings swing with anticipation and SPONTANEITY as the lava quietly overflows in the distance with the sun setting in the backdrop, WHAT FUN WILL TOMORROW BRING?
Feeling surprisingly lightweight despite the bold striking look. Wear them during the day or at night, they’ll quickly become your must-have for summer and beyond. Distinctive yet timeless, guaranteed to attract compliments ALL DAY EVERY DAY!
Each purchase comes carefully packaged and is ready-to-gift.
5 × 3 cm
Each piece is very durable, but can be damaged without proper care. When travelling, protect your jewellery by storing it in a box.
If and when needed polish gently with a clean dry cloth.
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.
Growing up in a beach side suburb in Australia with picturesque surroundings in the great outdoors, Rebecca’s artistic path has led her to the creation of distinctive wearable and sculptured art using polymer and mixed media materials, textures, coatings and techniques. Exploring the physics of connections and practicalities of adornment with colour and design being key.
Rebecca’s creations are big, bold and unapologetic, carved and painted elements being one of Rebecca’s signature styles. The material is often mistaken for leather or wood, this intrigue is satisfying.
Creations are often influenced by her travels which have led to inspiring destinations and captured her passion for the Aboriginal, African and Japanese cultures infused with her inner oceanic tribal goddess.
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