Perhaps our favourite pair in the shop, these artisan glass earrings are truly one of a kind.
These unique earrings feature glass dripped "tin tin" by Kimberly Rogers in abstract triangles. These are rustic and have an earthy feel to them with hints of blue and green. They are paired with more art glass by Rogers at the top and one small Picasso Czech Glass Bead. These are incredibly lightweight and easy to wear. Made with non-tarnishing copper ear wires.
The earrings are 3.25 inches long and drop 2.75 inches below the lobe.
Please keep care not to bend the tin tins as the glass on them could crack if bent.
Designed in Northern Michigan.
1-3 business days
I'll do my best to meet these shipping estimates, but can't guarantee them. Actual delivery time will depend on the shipping method you choose.
Buyers are responsible for any customs and import taxes that may apply. I'm not responsible for delays due to customs.
But please contact me if you have any problems with your order.
We birds are truly terrible at custom orders. So we typically don’t offer them. That said. If you fall in love and just need something made special, feel free to reach out and we can see about doing something!
Sizing is in inches. In my photos I try and show the items near my hand, but will always include sizing in my descriptions. If you need a visual of the piece on, feel free to conversation me and the hubs and I can send you a photo, albeit an awkward one since we are both terrible picture takers. 🥰
Also, if you need an adjustment in sizing, feel free to shoot a message and I’ll see what I can do.
Treat any piece from here like a little chunk of wearable art. Meaning, please keep them dry, don’t play sports, wash the dishes, or perform martial arts while wearing. They are made to hold up well under normal circumstances, but some pieces do need a little more gentle love.
Keep all silk pieces dry and don’t tug on them overmuch.
Keep your Waxed Linen Pieces dry and don’t tug too much.
We use natural metals in all our jewelry, so we recommend storing them in an airtight baggie, or box to avoid as much oxidization as possible when they aren’t being worn.