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Teal green Czech glass beads are combined with gold plated brass beads to create a single handcrafted hollow bead suspended between a gold hoop and spiral. The hoop is tenderly hammered to produce facets in the finish. These facets lend a subtle sparkle to your earrings! Handmade ear wires of non-tarnish gold complete the festive look of these lightweight earrings. I've adorned the ear wires with a bit of teal wire to complete the total look. Ear wire stoppers recommended (not included). Finished size top to bottom: 2 1/8 inches long.

Features

  • One of a kind
  • Hand crafted non-tarnish silver ear wires
  • Finished size top to bottom: 2 1/8 inches long
  • Weight .3 ounce (less than 1 ounce)
  • High quality materials
  • Skilled craftsmanship
  • 14-day money back guarantee


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Handmade hoop earrings of teal green and gold ball on hoop with spiral

$32.00Price
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    Imperfections

    • Much of my wire wrapping includes stones (i.e., rocks) that are raw and unpolished.  Please notice that you may find imperfections in the stones but that is meant to enhance the piece.  I strive to provide enough photos of each piece so you can see exactly what to expect from your purchase.
    • I also use leather to hang some of my pieces. That material is also meant to present an organic look and it may have markings or striated colorations.  I pride myself on the total look of the finished piece and hope you will enjoy the results.
    • Much of the wire I use is tarnish resistant but eventually, and it will take years, or depending on where you live, it can tarnish sooner.  The wired piece can be cleaned to remove tarnish but, if I were you, I would research the impact of cleaners on the stone involved. It is best to let these pieces age into their continued perfection.