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Sea & Landscape Wooden Stud Earrings

Sea & Landscape Wooden Stud Earrings

£29.00Price

Wooden Stud Earrings - Sea Earrings - Sustainable Wooden Jewellery - Landscape Earrings - 5th Wedding Anniversary Gift - Ethical Gift
 

Item Overview

• Handmade item

• Delivers worldwide from Bristol, England

• Includes recycled materials

 

Item Details

Hand cut, shaped and polished, then individually painted, these wooden stud earrings are sustainable, unique, light, and extremely wearable. They would make a great gift for someone, or just a treat for yourself! Let's face it, we all deserve frequent pick-me-ups these days. Earrings are my personal favourite.

 

DETAILS

- These earrings have hypo-allergenic Surgical Steel post and scroll fixings.

- Each earring is approximately 15mm square.

- The earrings come in plastic free, recycled and fully recyclable envelope, gift box and packaging.

- I can include gift wrapping and a handwritten personal note if you'd like these sent direct to someone, just look out for the options at checkout.

 

All my jewellery is made to a high standard, and will happily deal with a drop of rain, but please don't wear it in the shower - wood and water are not the best of friends! Also do your best to keep it away from perfumes and cosmetics.

 

Cufflinks in the same design are also available here - https://etsy.me/3nDEWAS

 

Hoop earrings here - https://etsy.me/3FIJmwy

 

BIANCA ROSE WOOD

It’s easy to feel good about wearing jewellery made from recycled wood. Smaller pieces of this wonderful material are so often thrown away, all of the beautiful woods I use were rescued from waste of one kind or another, many from my past life as a furniture maker. Cutting and shaping each pair by hand brings a special quality to the shape and feel of the jewellery, and allows me to produce very little waste in the process.

 

The wood I've used for this pair is beautiful golden English oak, a favourite of mine and in this case offcuts from some reclaimed church pews I repurposed into a pair of lecterns for a local church a few years ago.  

 

Wood by its very nature has infinite variations of pattern and tone, making each and every pair of earrings completely unique. Add hand painted detail and there you go, jewellery as individual as the person wearing it.

 

The painting in blues and white complements the golden wood really nicely.  It reminds some people of the sea, others of snowy mountains.  Does it take you back to somewhere special you have been? 

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