If you're a fan of the Winnie the Pooh books you're know that the "wisest" animal in the stories at least in his own opinion is owl or as he spells it Wol! These earrings are a charming way to share your love of these wonderful birds in general as well as this specific one. Made using paper taken from an old copy of Winnie the Pooh only two pairs of these earrings are available.
Light and easy to wear they are available with a choice of findings silverplated clips, silverplated hooks or for an additional cost of 3 sterling silver (925) hooks.
the earrings have a drop of 4 cm (approximately 1 12 inches).
They come on your choice of finding silverplated hooks, silverplated clips or an additional cost of 3 sterling silver hooks.
The earrings will come wrapped in a hand folded origami envelope together with a note explaining where the paper used to make them has come from.
The paper elements have been carefully finished with several coats of top quality waterproof varnish to seal them, add shine, strength, durability and water resistance.
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Shipping & delivery
This item will be posted to you by Paper2Pearls within 3 days of receiving payment.
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