Bronze Turquoise Rowan Earrings

£22.00

These lovely and unique Bronze Earring suds are full of detail in the tiny Rowan leaves and they also hold a genuine Natural Turquoise Gemstone!

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Bronze Turquoise Rowan Earrings

These Lovely unusual and unique Bronze Turquoise Rowan Earrings are full of detail in the tiny leaves and they also hold a genuine Natural Turquoise Gemstone!

Each earring measures approx. 2cms. The post and butterfly backs are surgical steel so are hypoallergenic.

Although turquoise has captivated man’s imagination for centuries, no one is sure exactly when it was discovered. It is believed that prehistoric people used and prized Turquoise it for its blue-green colours because carved pieces have been found in burial and archaeological sites spanning the globe.  Steeped in history and intrigue, it is truly a captivating stone.

You will  receive These Bronze Turquoise Rowan Earrings  in one of our gift boxes, made of recycled card by a family run UK company. We aim to dispatch within 5 working days of your purchase via 1st class signed for mail.

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WE DESIGN AND MAKE THEM!

Everything that we sell is designed and handmade by us using Recycled Metals. Therefore each item is totally unique! Please visit our Facebook and Instagram Pages to see Photos and videos of work in progress.

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How We Make our unique designs

All our designs are made using Silver, Bronze or Copper Metal Clay.

There’s a wonderful range of colours in the Bronze Clay. They range from a silvery white to a colour that is almost copper. So as a result Allie often makes pieces that are multicoloured !

As all the Bronzes and the Copper oxidise naturally over time a little polish now and then will keep them shiny. Although a lot of people like the antique look this patina gives the metal. Maybe that’s because the pieces appear to have been excavated from an ancient site!

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