Flight drop earrings pale yellow on blue

John Moore Flight drop earrings pale yellow on blue by John Moore

Despatched within 2-5 working days NB: These earrings are non-returnable.
  • x £80.00


Features

Main Material : Anodised aluminium | Other Materials : silver and Stainless steel | Length (mm) : 42 | Fitting Type : Hook | Dimensions (mm) : 57 approx | One of a Kind : No | Hallmarked : No | Wire Material : Stainless Steel

Description

Elegant feather earrings, handmade in Brighton by John Moore.

Inspired by the engineered beauty of a bird's feather, these elegant earrings from Moore's 'Flight' collection are handmade from hand-dyed, anodised aluminium with stainless steel hooks. The hooks are built into the design and fasten at the back to keep them secure. The aluminium is textured with a delicate lined pattern that beautifully catches the light. They are extremely lightweight, comfortable to wear and will make a bold, colourful statement with a casual outfit or evening wear.

Please note that due to the vagaries of the dyeing process, patterns will vary and shades may differ slightly from those shown in the photographs.

The process of anodising aluminium is unique in creating a transparent oxide that not only absorbs pigment but is hard and scratch resistant making it very durable. It is also strong and lightweight making it the perfect material for earrings because it doesn't pull on the lobes. Unlike paint applied on top of a material, with dyed, anodised aluminium the special dyes actually soak permanently into the surface of the metal, rather like a tattoo on skin.

Allergy advice:  The stainless steel fixings contain a small amount of nickel but are in compliance with EU regulations.


These earrings are pretty tough and with a little care they will last a life time.  If they should get dirty then clean using warm soapy water and a tooth brush.  Remove any stickiness with nail varnish remover on a cloth/paper towel.  If the silver stitches become tarnished then simply rub with a silver cloth.

hide cleaning instructions.

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