Peacock cluster earrings with hypoallergenic niobium findings - modern paper jewelry, eco friendly earrings

$55.00 USD

$38.50 USD

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Colorful, unique, and beautiful, these peacock cluster chain earrings are eco friendly (made from paper!), handmade, and sure to be noticed! They are inspired by the colors of peacock feathers, one of my favorite animals.

These earrings have niobium findings. Why niobium? it is non tarnish and hypoalletenic, my favorite findings! They are very high quality. The green color of this niobium is a perfect match to the peacock theme!

The shapes are hand varnished with non-toxic water-based sealants for a sturdy, water resistant finish.

Each earring measures 1 1/2" (4cm) long.

Quilled earrings are super light-weight, gorgeous, delicate in appearance, yet last as long as other jewelry thanks to the water resistant coating.

If you like the design, but prefer a different color, let me know and I can make you a pair in any color (or combination of colors) you wish! Simply purchase this listing and let me know in the notes during checkout what color(s) you'd like!

This pair of earrings, like all my jewelry, comes packed safely in a cute gift box. If you order multiple items, I may pack in fewer boxes than there are items, unless you request otherwise.

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Care Instructions: Care for your paper quilled jewelry as you would any fine jewelry. Keep it safe in a jewelry box or on an earring stand when not in use. They are water resistant, so rain won't hurt them. If they get wet, simply dab with a tissue. If they get very wet, dab with a tissue and lay out to dry. Do not wear while bathing or swimming.

Handmade with care by Honey - everyone deserves a unique look!

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