These unusual earrings are made with 4 pieces of willow patterned sea pottery and aqua sea glass. Willow ceramics are a popular pattern made fashionable during the victorian era, the iconic blue and white pattern has been much copied since. They have been asymmetrically and securely set with a time consuming and unique delicate weaved wire wrap. The wire I use is surgical stainless steel wire, a magical durable metal that is both suitable for people with metal allergies and also DOESN'T rust or tarnish!
A complete one off piece of sea glass jewellery that has been designed to be loved forever. Free Postage to UK.
PLEASE NOTE FOR HYGIENE REASONS EARWIRES ARE CHANGED TO UNWORN PAIRS BEFORE BEING SENT
Rarity – Uncommon nice willow patterns on sea pottery
Size – earring drop is 1.5inches long. See photo of me wearing for size!
What is Sea glass?
I use genuine sea glass or pottery that has been collected from the beautiful beaches of Cornwall in the UK. Many of my pieces are found where an old harbour was once a bustling centre of trade. Old Victorian plates and glassware, are recycled by nature, and sharp shards are polished by the tide beating against the sand.
Shipping & delivery
This item will be posted to you by Beach Shack Project within 3 days of receiving payment.
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